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On Wednesday, we went to Inishmore, the biggest of the Aran Islands. This was a really cool trip because the weather was great, the scenery was beautiful, and the locals on the island are actually Irish speakers. We took a bus from Galway city to a port where we took a 45 minute ferry ride to the island. We rented bikes for the day ...
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ANYWAYS I’m back writing. So I fill up ALL the rooms im running around like an idiot some people paid some didn’t I didn’t know what I was doing he didn’t show me anything and on top of it he has messy writing and I have no idea what his abbreviations are in the booking book! I texted Dave Marco better be on that ferry back tonight because Jana and I are leaving at 5!
I finally got through everyone and then ...
We headed north from our Cliffs of Moher accomodation through Doolin to the ferry dock to we took a day trip to the middle island of 3. The 3 islands are Inishmore, Inishmaan and Inisheer. Inish means Island. Maan means middle.
The day was clear and sunny and the sea dead flat. Couldn't be better. Inishmaan is exceptional by its blandness. Flat, harsh and stoney. ...
... talking and give it away with their accents. I looked around at all the people and tried to see if I would be able to automatically tell they were European even if they were in America. I couldn't quite get it. I guess fashion is slightly different but I don't think it's obvious.
The ferry arrived and we started boarding. When we had first got there we were the only ones and we figured they weren't very busy when tourist season ended. ...
... man how much further; he said about 5 miles up the road! I thought that the entire island was only 5 miles long. Boy was I wrong. We then passed a pretty beach area.
Oun Aonghasa is a semi circular Celtic stone fort. It was built in 2000 BC! We lay down and peered over the edge, just like the guide books show. So cool! By the time we were down from there we were VERY glad we had rented the bikes. They were worth every ...