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When we left Nass to got to the wedding. The drive was 3 hours and was very cold and it was raining. When we got to the hotel we got our bags out of the car and unpacked them in the hotel. When we were done it was about 6pm. So we went down to the bar for a drink and dinner. When we went down to the bar i got a coke and my brother got a lemonade. …
All grandad wanted to do today was to see the sun set over Galway Bay ;) We had a nice drive down to Galway today with a quick pitstop in Drumcliff, where the famous Irish poet and writer W.B Yeats lived and died. St. Colmcille also founded the church there. Galway is a beautiful and exciting city. Home of the Claddagh ring and heaps of great music. We really enjoyed walking through the cobbled stoned city streets....and our dinner was the best we've had (out) in Ireland so far ...
We have just left the dock in Liverpool, England. There was a good internet connection there, so you received a couple of our travel posts. We have now visited 7 ports and have completed about 75% of the circumnavigation of Ireland. We are now on the way to Dublin.
Foynes and Limerick are on the Atlantic side of Ireland. We cruised up the River Shannon about 30 miles to reach Foynes, ...
Hello, my trusty readers! I have been neglecting you, and for that I am truly sorry. Not really.
I'll begin by telling you a relevant little story before I embarked on some amazing research-related adventures. The Blas Summer School was in its second week at my college, and on the program for our Wednesday concert was a harpist who is getting her PhD here and two accordionists, brothers if you were curious. They are quite well known in the traditional ...
In July I rented a car and we went exploring with Alice County Clare (south of Galway). After a quick stop at Kinvarra (to see the castle), we arrived at the imposing Cliffs of Moher which are the most visited spots in Ireland. The view was amazing and the weather was not so bad so we could see everything. I went to the Cliffs in March with a friend and as the weather was totally foggy, we couldn't see ...