An Cruiscin Lan Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... lead to some of the most spectacular cliffs I ever recall seeing. There were zero fences or any railings along the entire cliffs edge and people were crawling up to the edges to take pictures while others held their friends feet for added security. Based on one of the workers there it was also the windiest day there he has ever seen - we saw a women literally blown over while up there. A woman was on the edge with legs crossed in some sort ...
Today we travelled from Bushmills to Galway. It took us about 12 hours and 5 trains and we only arrived around 9:30 in Galway. They were doing construction on the rails today so our first train got delayed by an hour, that ended up pushing our whole day ...
... graveyard we stopped at along the way.
Having only driven for about forty minutes the day before, I was still getting used to driving on the left side of the road but over the course of the five hours it became sort of second nature. Although there was a few moments of wondering what might happen, such as when the GPS takes us down a two-way road that was barely the width of one car and had walls about five feet high. Thankfully, we didn't run into any cars in ...
... Ireland. At Dún Aonghasa I watched the last of his ashes blow over the 100 meter cliff. I did not want to interfere during this intimate moment but they invited me into their group and continued to include me the entire day. After the last of the ashes were spread one of the friends shouted out each of our names which we responded with "presento," and which he recorded on video. I then took photos of the family and friends at ...
... went off a few times, but I was oblivious to most of the mess. While mayhem broke loose outside, I slept in a cloud, elated from the wonderful evening I just experienced.
After attending class and a lecture in town on Thursday, one of my workshop facilitators picked me up and took me to his rental house where he, the other workshop facilitator, and a singer from the night before were staying for my final interview. The ...