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... you and your colleagues could excel at the tasks given to you. The old 9-5 with only a ½ hour break in the middle has shown to be less productive that a shift that contains a 30 minute power rest. Taking naps consistently in your daily schedule also has positive effects on your cardiovascular health. Naps have been shown to decrease blood pressure in the individuals therefor also decreasing their over all risk of ...
... the captains and crew of the various ships that sailed from Galway, taking famine survivors to America and other parts of the world.
Salthill mainly consists of restaurants, cafes and hotels. It did have a big permanent carnival with lots of rides. Despite being 10.30 in the morning it wasn’t open otherwise I may have been tempted to have a go on the cha-cha.. providing I could find a nice Irish chap to give me a leg up onto ...
... and maple syrup. Sounds kind of weird, huh? But it was actually really good!
I then just walked around for a bit and took pictures of Galway's main streets. It was extremely busy,it literally felt like 'walking through the masses'. It was a nice day too, just the occasional shower that ended after 5 minutues or so.
I have to admit that I felt kind of uneasy doing so little that day. It felt as though I was wasting my time that I could use for ...
... at the bay window in the lounge of the hotel and watched all the people outside on the Strand walking their dogs, exercising and others playing with children, in the freezing wind.
After scraping the ice off the windscreen the next morning, we did explore the quaint Galway streets, before driving on with the intent of going to the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry.
We were tempted to a diversion to the Cliffs of Mohr. ...
I had intended on eating lunch and was going to go to my favorite Indian restaurant here in town but it was between lunch and dinner so they were closed. That ended up being the best thing that could have happened to me. As I was heading back into town I noticed a trail along the water that I had wondered where it went the last two visits so I figured today was the day.
It was a peaceful walk with ...
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