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Travel Blogs from Listowel
"Never go against a Sicilian when death is on the line!" -Vizzini
One of my favorite movies has to be, without a doubt, The Princess Bride. I'm sure many of you will agree that it is, indeed, the perfect mix of humor, adventure, sword-fighting, romance, and men in rodent suits, and ever since I saw the movie, I always wanted to make the pilgrimage to the Cliffs of ...
... Oh yeah, I forgot, I haven’t a F*** what they’re saying!” This next round was Sean-nůs singing, which involved people on stage, with their eyes closed, singing Irish language songs with lots of ornaments. I enjoyed just listening to the music, though Aussie was concerned that she couldn’t understand what they were singing about. Neither could the “yank” sitting in front of me. He was adopted for the night by ...
... that was great haha. Got some wonderful deals and she spent 1 euro on her hoodie! We left Galway city and headed towards Clare. Took the coast road through the Burren, stopping at the Poulnabrone Tomb, a circle fort and Carran Church before going to the Cliffs of Moher. Everyone I lived with in Cork that went to the Cliffs of Moher always talked about going passed a sign onto private property and getting these ...
... set off for a 4.5 hour journey through the Ring of Kerry. It was a grand day. The Ring of Kerry is a "mystical and unspoilt region of Ireland". The lads kept telling us County Kerry is typical Irish landscape that we see in our American movies. I believe them, though I also felt like I went back in time two years and was driving around the northern part of New Zealand's south island again. Regardless, it was beautiful. Vivid green mountains, sheep galore, and rocky ...
... background reminds me a bit of Flagstaff. Everywhere you look, there's green. The sun has been intermittent over the past few days. When the sun is out, it gets warm fast. When it's not shining and there's a breeze, it's downright chilly! I love having the rain pop up every so often, it's simply lovely.
More from me later (not the most exciting entry here...), but until then, here are some pics of the trip so ...
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