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... all have a fantastically mature way about them whilst maintaining all the fun and excitement children should have. They play instruments everyday and enjoy doing so. They're never spiteful or selfish and always polite and caring. I can genuinely say that I'm beginning to love them like family as they have made me feel so very welcome and involved.
Chris did some healing work on my back and neck the other night using special herbs, a Driad stick, chants ...
... gave me a ride. He was your typical Catholic Irish fella. We had a good chat, but to cut a long story short he admired the volunteering I was doing and as I got out the van I bunged me a tenner (10 euro) for a bite to eat, well I think what he said was "go on now, get yourself some smokes and some food in ya, God bless ya sonny". Galway was very lovely and the weather was the most pleasant it has been since I got here. I had a stroll around the market ...
... Hotel. This is the smallest room we have had on tour, but that is to be expected when you get back into a big city. They had a fitness room so I got on the bike and did a bit of cardio. Noone showed any interest in doing anything so Maggie and I headed out to have a wee look around. She was very keen to get a "on tour' tattoo so we scoped out a tattoo parlour and popped in, got an appointment for the next morning at 10:00 then went out for dinner. Moicahel ...
... scolded him off the train.
The morning I woke up in Alpe Di Suisse to the sounds of cowbells, smells of fresh Alpine air, warmth of my feather duvet, my fate was sealed. I would cut corners, save money and travel annually. The reward was so worth the challenge.
The following year I traveled to my high school reunion in Munich, Germany and then to Salzburg, Austria. Two months later, I was traveling with another Rick Steves ...
Galway was a very quick stop, the city seemed small and fun but with a flight out of Cork I had to hustle. I managed to get to the Burren and see the Cliffs of Moher which were breathtaking. At Moher the blue sky stretched overhead with lush green cliffs plummeting down to the blue water. I had a hard time turning away. The Burren created a such a contrast to the vibrant coast line at Moher, it was stark and barren, windswept but the ages, compelling in its own right.
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