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... seat, as well as comments from Alex. The first hurdle to get over when driving in Ireland is that you're on the other side. You drive on the left side and the driver sits on the right. Alex says the hardest part about this is overcoming the habit of looking to the right to check your rear view mirror. Speaking of mirrors, since some of these roads are so narrow, it's all about using your mirrors and making small adjustments to ...
What made the experience along the Ring of Kerry less than ideal is that it is so popular. We are visiting in the off-season, so we aren't facing the same kind of crowds you would see in the summer, but we still passed 6 coach buses in Killarney National Park, and it is no easy feat to pull over for those monsters on these tiny roads. Also, some of the beauty was disrupted by the many tourist ...
After Willie Week was finished, I called my singer interviewee and asked him who was present at that party, and he gave me a list of names of the core group. I was sitting amongst the crème de la crème, the who’s who in the traditional song world, including notable singers, archivists, professors, and collectors from all around the country. Even my professors at UL were very impressed.
When about eighteen to twenty people settled ...
... idiot to pass up the chance to join an impromptu session in someone's house. Talk about real deals, not paddywackery. No tourisim, no gimmicks, just friends and a couple of lone strangers, getting together, making music. I joined guitar woman and her friend, bodhran man, and the stag party students and prof for a night of music. I pulled up a chair right in the midst of it all, stuck between guitar and pipes, so I could experience it all intimately. Most ...
... Burren between Galway and Clare the landscape turned lurid, almost other-worldly. I had forgotten the great grey barren hills and the ancient rocky fences that separated primitive properties. The girls began making noises in the back about getting carsick as we plied the switchbacks of corkscrew hill, and Robin screamed in terror as I pulled off to the side of the road to take a photo, not realizing that there was indeed a pull-off to take photos and NOT and sheer ...