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... over Galway Bay. The recovered one has hardly said a word in the last hour while listening to the music. We will stay until food calls us. The bar is full of a range of internationals looking for the real Irish experience. Athenery, Birr and other religious and historical sites will have to wait until tomorrow. We have booked an extra night in Galway as there is so much to see around here before we set off to see the Cliffs of ...
... and the crowded pub. Our last day we had to fill in a few hours so we bought salads at the English Market in Cork, for a picnic lunch and drove to Blarney Castle and Manor House Estate (yes, of the Blarney Stone kissing fame) and spent a pleasant 4 hours wandering the gardens and taking a tour through the 18th century manor (the highlight of the day). And now, the end is near........ We are playing cards in the airport hotel in Manchester, ready to go home. It's been a very full 10 ...
... The baa'ing stops and once again we have happy sheep.
Leaving the farm, we once again hit the highway, passing green fields with stone fences. Our fat coach sailed smoothly along these country roads, bearing witness to farmers harvesting peat.
Meanwhile, free range sheep ...
... my choice who I wanna deal with and who I wanna avoid. It's not like I end up talking to nobody as I had feared before - the opposite was the case even. I've met quite a few people over the past few days and even if there have been moments where I couldn't make myself approach someone, it was not the norm at all. So yeah, this realisation felt really good :)
I don't know if I have mentioned Mike already. Mike is this 35-ish guy from Boston ...
... meet my friends from The Netherlands that I originally met in Mali, West Africa (see an earlier blog for this trip). In addition I will be spending a weekend in Dublin when Notre Dame will be playing Navy in College Football. I am fortunate enough that my Cousins will be in town for the game and then are heading to Galway.
I miss my family terribly but I am very thankful that I will have some distractions from my upcoming adventures.