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... around and went home. Then back out to the coast to rejoin the Wild Atlantic Way at Tarbert on the shores of the Shannon. We stopped off to see Carrigafoyle castle which was quite unexpectedly interesting. It had a wide spiral staircase up to the battlements on the fifth floor.
Next stop was Ballybunion which was a very pleasant little town above some nice beaches. We went to the tourist office for wifi and ended up talking to them for some time. The man showed the boys some ...
... group paid for this private experience and we could not share in it. The three of us and our Arkansas friend walked away laughing. Were we supposed to close our eyes and not look?!? Not to feel happy and enjoy the puppies? Suddenly we were no longer VIPS's and Arkansas joked - should we now take the servant's entrance back in?
We waited for the dogs to come back our way and of course they did! They were running and jumping through ...
... take the brilliant weather when it's there!
The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's top attractions standing 214m high and ranges for 8km over the Atlantic Ocean on the western side of County Clare. We stopped at many places along the way - Leamenagh Castle; Caherconnell Stone Fort and even ancient burial site - Poulnabrone Tomb and The Burren. We stopped for lunch at a ...
... in anyways when they were nice to me (because, well, why not?). I had some great conversations with some attendees as I stood by the door, again about belonging and engagement through music.
But to *really* round out the night, I joined the masses in the bars, muscling my way through crowds and enjoying a few pints. This is Ireland, after all!
Limerick is the first official City of Culture in Ireland. I can’t wait to enjoy this lovely river town in all its ...
... six other people going through too.
We left the castle and headed for St Mary's cathedral. It too was built in the 1200 's and is still used today for services.
From there we went to the Milk Market. Think of a farmers market on steroids. Everything was all local, crafts, cheese, vegetables and even tools. Once we finished strolling around the tent it was time for a pint, so we headed off to a little pub on the banks of the River ...