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Travel Blogs from Galway
... playing a variety of instruments: accordian, concertina, Uilleann pipes (Irish bagpipes), guitar, Irish Whistles, flutes, electric Mandolin, electric bass, fiddle, percussion and keyboard. We were especially impressed with the Irish dancers( four girls and four boys, all of whom have won national and international championships. It was a very stimulating concert.
Contributed by Brenda
... Cliffs are the highest Cliffs in Europe and it also was quite spectacular the weather changed really quickly from a sunny day to really windy and cold. I enjoyed seeing the different weather and how it impacted on the view of the cliffs. The Cliffs show mother nature at her finest her moody, tempestuous nature. Which I can comprehend why there are so many Irish poets.
Until next time, Slan Duit
... also able to visit the most recently built stone cathedral in the world. At night, while sitting outside of a sweets shop eating crepes, I witnessed a zombie walk. A bunch of people from the down dressed up as zombies and walked the streets of the city, which was very entertaining.
I had a very fun weekend and was able to see a lot of Ireland. I even managed to visit the ancestral home of Barrack Obama in Moneygall!
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July 3rd – Wednesday
Adam and I got in a little quarrel on the bus about our email lists
Then we got in another quarrel about where to sleep in the airport
Finally Adam found a prime ...
... pub, and I know there was another after that, where I insisted the musician play Galway Girl for me (which I am told is terribly annoying for those that live in the town and are consistently annoyed with tourist girls like me begging them to play the soundtrack to the real life romcom they all believe they are starring in). Cheesy, it was. And lovely as all hell.
When we finally woke up the next morning (with barely enough time to toss our ...