The Central Hotel - Donegal
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... 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 ...
... they had to pack up.
But 3 of them offered to walk me in to drop my board off! Which not only was so kind but also really helpful as I can't actually carry it under my arm.
We walked into town and dropped of my board and then I went back to help them pack up.
Which was odd because I wanted them to stay but I was helping them leave.
... is less chance of the ball falling off a cliff" there (or no chance at all!) And I wasn't too bad actually!
I mean I won't be a superstar ever, but I kicked the ball in the right direction a couple of times. Even scored a goal...but I'm sure the guy from the other team passed me the ball so.
It was a really nice night, and apart from feeling a wee bit cold, and having to walk to kfc to go to the ...
Not a blog entry as per say, just going to mention that you meet some characters in hostels and even the owners of the hostels are great!
Taking the **** out of the customers and not insulting them is wonderful! Especially when you speak Irish not English!
And sorry for taking so long to upload blogs…I have a word document that is currently sitting on over 5,000 words of entries that I haven’t uploaded because the internet is slow. And ...