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... next stop in the Burren, stopping along the way where ever our fancy took us, which of course included sheep dogs...see video. We arrived at our B&B..it is awesome, plus they do laundry here. we came home today to clean folded clothes, which feels like a luxury when you have been re-wearing clothes for several days. dot and I have a giant room and we each have a double bed....heaven. wifi in our room is a little iffy, unless I sit in ...
Our decision of which Aran island to go to was very similar to the Goldie Locks and the Three Bears storybook rhyme. You know how it went... "This bed is too soft. This bed is too hard. But THIS bed is juuust right". Similar thought process applied in our island decision dilemma. Minus the soft bed of course.
There's three Aran islands off the West coast of Ireland. The largest and most ...
... couple of pictures. Almost the whole time we were driving along the coast and it was a beautiful view. Whenever we saw a trailer or a shack or crumbling stone walls that may have been a building centuries ago, we'd joke that if we all went in on it together we might be able to afford to live there. Property values in Ireland are outrageous. I've heard teachers in Ireland are the highest paid teachers in Europe but I'm betting when you account ...
... notice that kind of thing. I love the waves. And, I didn’t see anyone gripping their seats or getting green.
Upon arrival we walked a short distance and were asked if we wanted to rent bikes. He also said he’d charge us 5 euro each instead of the 10 that the brochure claimed. We took a look at the bikes and decided to cover the island that way. The bikes were rather nice and had a clip for your bag in the ...
... me so I could experience it with my loved ones. The ferry was my favorite mode of transportation (many of you will remember how exciting the whale watching bost trip was for me in Maine) and the day was sunny and perfect. On the boat I met someone from Dayton, Ohio, and two women from Michigan. It is such a small world. Upon landing, Maggie and I opted to take the little freckled boy's advice and rent some bikes for our own island tour. Ten ...