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... in front of us. The entrance fee, as we first thought to be very expensive, really was worth it.
The further journey lead us through the Burren, a region you could compare with moon landscape. According to our traveler's guide it's "wild land, that doesn't have enough water to drown someone neither a tree to hang him or enough earth to bury him". In the center of this unusual landscape lies the Aillwee Cave, an underground maze of caves and rivers. The cave was our ...
... and you will not be coming back from that fall. Truly beautiful.
We also stopped at the Burren, which is this series of stones that have been eroded in such a way because of the limestone and the way in interacts with the rain. The terrain is said to be reminiscent of the moon. Myself and some fellows climbed down into the rocks to explore and get some good shots. Very beautiful on the ocean as well. One wrong step and you could end up ...
... Arthurs Day??!!! An excuse to get wasted!!!
At 17:59 your supposed to raise a glass to Arthur Guinness. This is because in 1759 the Guinness Factory was established. So of course we lucked out coming to Galway and finding out about this awesome day!!! We had FUN! the streets were barricaded and the cops were out standing around with plastic cups so if you came out of a pub with your glass you could grab a plastic cup and transfer your ...
... nice atmosphere. We stopped in a few shops, checked out the Saturday Market which was cool and just enjoyed walking around Galway and taking it all in. Got a chance to see the original Cloddagh Ring store that was established in 1750. We hit the town again that going to the Skeff, The Kings Head and some other place that I can't seem to remember haha
Sunday we woke up, had breakfast and packed up for our ...
... 1228 by the Anglo-Norman de Burgo family following their defeat of the O'Connors, the Royal House of Connacht, who are still extant in the person of The O'Connor Donn. The de Burgo's would build several such castles throughout the province, including one on the mouth of the River Corrib around which was to grow the City of Galway, but Ashford would remain ...