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... the water. The landscape consists mainly of rocks. We had lunch at Ti Joe Watty. We had a fish stew in a baked potato. It is something the islanders enjoy a lot more than our group. after walking through town, we caught the 4 PM ferry back to the mainland, We had less than an hour to get ready for dinner which was just down the road ...
... none that's a wicket.. Tonight a lovely dinner at the Kings Head pub (two runs) where we listened to some great live Irish music . See video . Will be here till Saturday morning, picking up bike Thursday. Then down to Cork for the Roscoff ferry to France. Ed. There are two ruinations to a man's life, and they both stand on street ...
... but how the years have changed us all, and that I wish I could have been here before t osee him and everyone else, yet how very thankful I am to have this opportunity to be here now, and to try to make up, if you will, for lost time. I asked him if I could hold his hand, and gave them all hugs on farewell – just like the Maloneys I know, theyre not used to hugs – I’ll be sure to change that while I’m here! Hugs all around. I can’t wait to see ...
Stayed a night in one of the cleanest Hostels I have ever been to. Julia, Madi, Max, Mark, Jason and I caught the train for the weekend in Galway.
During the day we walked around and explored the pebblestone streets and beautiful beaches. By night we did the Shamrocker pubcrawl where we went to 5 different ...
... ruined churches, a graveyard, and large stone Celtic crosses. The only thing I remember from the tour guide is that Pope John Paul II was there because Christianity spread to Poland from the monks there. Once we got to Belfast the only sightseeing we did was at the super touristy titanic museum. We were given more time there than any other sight in Ireland, and it required the least (mostly because it should have been skipped). For the remainder of the trip it was ...
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