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... and you make traveling alone anything but lonely!
Lastly: an ode to painkillers, for which I am very grateful. Bus rides would be impossible without them. Painkillers get a bad reputation (rightfully so, they are very dangerous), however, let's not forget some of the positive things they can do when used very carefully, they allow me to see all this beauty :
So thank you all! I am so very grateful. And tomorrow: northward ...
... websites on the subject of relaxation and naps:
Here an article that goes more in depth on naps:
Naps growing in popularity around the country:
http://www.today.com/money/nap-rooms-en courage-sleeping-job-boost-productivity -1C8881304
19 reasons to nap, need I say more?:
... largest lake in Ireland and along the way we passed the ruins of both Terryland Castle and Menlo Castle. Slight showers fell twice during the two hour trip but not enough to spoil anything.
Once again it was another wonderful experience and a chance to see some interesting places.
Back in Galway, the weather was warm and the crowds had grown. Having done all I wanted to do, I walked back to Sli Na Mara, stopping at ...
... had really nice scenery along the coast. It was a bit of a detour and took up most of the day but it was really nice and we were lucky enough to have nice weather today. Then we drove up Connor Pass, and caught the car ferry at Tarbert, we drove up to the Cliffs of Mohor, they are pretty amazing, 200 metres above sea level and 320 million years old. We stopped at Kinvarra for dinner, I reckoned it was the best meal of the trip, so we argued about that for a bit.
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3) Beer fuelled pub conversation is no different from anywhere else in the world and just as pointless but sounds so much better with the accent
4) The average rolls on an Irishman's neck is 3
5) Low cholesterol and Irish cuisine have not met
Back to Aran Islands or more specifically Innis Mor
19 kilometres long by 2 wide
800 people live there in about 350 houses, 4 pubs, 3 ...