Letterfrack Lodge

Letterfrack, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 2 star hostel
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    You have a childlike essence

    A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Sep 25, 2011

    61 photos

    ... he gets! He hooked up with this girl 2 years ago and she used to send him crazy presents in the mail all the time. Last year when I was here he received a package from her full of weird foods and trinkets and one of the trinkets was a snow globe and if you looked close there was a picture of him and her in the middle of it!!!! It was hilarious! So when Dave said that snow globe girl was coming I couldn’t believe it!!!! I was laughing like wait ...

    The Aran Islands...100% Irish

    A travel blog entry by beachbumaxp on Apr 08, 2011

    63 photos

    ... understand anything, but by that time, all we had to do was follow the line onto the ferry.



    We spent the entire boat ride in the very back of the boat, breathing in the crisp sea air, well masking the boat exhaust and leaving the large wake as a semi-romantic backdrop. Joanna and I swear that we caught a view of a whale’s tail bobbing up briefly in the distance during the 45-minute-long ferry ride. Immediately upon exiting the ...

    5 Exchange Students and a Hired Car

    A travel blog entry by breimer on Oct 02, 2010

    4 comments, 23 photos

    Once we were all ready we headed into town. We looked for a place that served breakfast but at first we couldn't find any. We passed a visitor information booth and decided to ask them. They gave us directions to breakfast and after we'd eaten we came back to ask them what there is to do around Galway. The lady told us that we could go to the Aran Islands. She gave us some information packets and asked if we had a car because there was a bus we ...

    Aran Islands

    A travel blog entry by meece on Jul 05, 2009

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Aran Islands

    A travel blog entry by cward22 on Oct 12, 2008

    ... pictures it will be easier. We shoped for some Aran Islands wool sweaters and came away happy, and then grabbed some dinner with an oceanview. We were sad to leave, but heading back to Galway was no letdown. We missed out train back to Dublin by twenty minutes, but easily got a bed at The Galway Hostel, which was 150 times better than the previous hostel experience. Not ones to stay sitting around indoors, Maggie and I went out again. The pub ...