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Travel Blogs from Bunratty
... for lunch at Galway this is a busy city with cobblestone streets , many shops, cafés, buskers & bars. After lunch we drove to Knock with its modern cathedral and finally to Sligo , excursion tonight to Irish pub for drinks and ...
Twas in the merry month of May, from me home (Scotland) it started, left my crew at work nearly broken hearted.
Hugged me Katie dear, kissed me darlin' brother, wiped away the tears, my heart began to flutter.
Then off to see the coast, the place i love the most, livin off beans and toast sitting on my own, camping as i go, learning helps me grow, as you guys would know...on my rocky road to Dubalin...let's hope i survive.
Pack my ...
... br> I helped carry gear to the car and I had the first time novelty of carrying a board that fitted under my arm! I felt cool.
It was windy and I still had bikinis on.
Then it was farewell, in which one guy came up for a hug voluntarily and then through peer pressure, they all seemed to haha.
Then I was back to being on my own, but only while I went to kfc.
... was fun.
Honestly guys don't realise how easy they get it (Patrick...told you I mention everything).
A couple of the guys went back in at what I thought was 5 (it was 8, but saying that I thought it was 7 and it was 4:30) and I went with two of them to go and watch from the rocks.
The light doesn't makes sense up here. It wasn't dark until 11! And I think the only reason Patrick came ...
... it was fun before that ride.
That ride changed me.
I had a bit of help getting going because I didn’t know how to judge this type of break, but once I was up.
Once I was up, I understood why people love surfing.
I won’t ever forget how free and on-top-of-the-world I felt standing up and looking out at nothing but blue shiny, unbroken water. Water that hadn’t been touched by the power of the wave yet.
It was like gliding on glass! ...