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... His last wave was a perfect finishing wave that took him from well out on the reef all the way to the shore. Woot! Meanwhile, Sue, Judy and the kids were saying goodbye to Miltown Malbay, Judy's home for the previous week. By 2pm, we were all in adorable Lahinch, now flooded with day-trippers. The parking lot was full, at least 50 first time surfers were in the water, and more than a few swimmers without wetsuits were enjoying the 58 / 58 ...
... the lights came on, it was home time.
When did kids decide a playstation was more fun that riding a bike? When video games took over from frisbee? When did being active become uncool?
And then we had a Guinness. Because that's what we do here on the west coast of Ireland.
We sat for a while talking, and then went and sat on the beach looking at the water with fish and chips.
It was really nice actually.
... just inside their check-in cut-off time of 7pm. It was a short walk down to the main restaurant street for a lovely seafood dinner (Galway is a coastal town) & a few caches before heading back to organise our journey to Londonderry tomorrow.
... group of people, who were on a pilgrimage for their late friend, brother and son Mr. Vangelista. Of the group of 12 three consisted of his father, mother and younger sister. The remaining nine were friends of his, some of who had visited Ireland with him for holidays in the years past. Vangelista passed away in his 20s of bone cancer. His fight lasted one year and in that time, he planned a trip for his family and friends to spread his ...
... Pictures truly don't do it justice. These are the famous "Cliffs of Insanity" from the Princess Bride. A few pictures will be available here. I trekked up to a point that is listed as "No Trespassing." But by the several hundred persons beyond that point, and no security preventing the travel of persons beyond this point, I continued and got some nice shots. You have to be careful in this area though, because if you get too close to the edge, you will ...