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... one had a mop one was getting the water one was running around with some kind of cleaning solution then this 4 year old red headed boy walks up and goes Jesus Christ! I almost died of laughter; it made the situation for ME a lot better!
It was so great I got off the ferry and all these locals were like Hey Lindsey! Back again arrrree ya! It made me feel so good! Got my lovely Italian greeting from Marco, got changed and we went to the pub next door ...
We spend a whole day on Inis Mór, the largest of the Aran Islands. Inis Mór has over 3,000 miles of stone walls! The locals here are fluent Irish (Gaelic) speakers and you'll be free to explore the island and get chatting to them over a pint. You can take a walk, a horse and cart or for the more energetic, explore the island by bike! You can’t miss the awe-inspiring fortress of Dun ...
... cost of living it balances out. But to see the view along this coast it might almost be worth it to spend your life savings renting a shack.
We arrived at the place where we could get a ferry to the islands. We paid for our trip over and we sat down to wait for the next ride. As we waited more people showed up. We sat there chatting and people watching. John and Angela had said that often people can tell they're American before they ...
... is a biker, and Julie is very fit, so we were nicely matched for our day’s adventure.
We headed left and out to the Aran Lighthouse and Signal Tower. This was on the highest point of the island. It became impossible to ride towards the end, as it was gravel and way too steep. What a view! After descending and hopping back onto our bikes we headed around the "Ring of Aran" and up the road to Oun Aonghasa. When we ...
... we were speeding down the hills on the coast of Inishmore. There are only 800 inhabitants on the island and the predominant language is Gaelic, which was exciting to hear spoken everywhere. As Maggie and I rode on we met a donkey on the side of the road and took a few pictures with him- I wish I could post them on here, but that technology may have to come later. I spotted the ruins of a tower in the distance and we rode right up to it. Setting ...