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... on this trip in the British Isles and my third in
While we through a few very scenic mountainous areas on the
long route from Derry to Westport in County Mayo, most of the day was through
rural and small town farm country Ireland – lots of rolling terrain, fields
sectioned off by hedgerows, and grazing cattle and sheep, probably the scenery
of much of Ireland’s relatively flat interior.
... at around 12C, with wind gusts making if feel much cooler. We continued following the Wild Atlantic Way, taking the Skye Road out of Clifden for some wonderful views out to distant islands and along ancient fjords carved by glaciers in previous ice ages. The narrow roads were popular with visitors who felt compelled to stop their vehicles whenever a photo opportunity presented itself, blocking traffic from progressing in any direction. Tour ...
... kept getting better and better and we actually had some blue sky for our ride. The scenery in the area is absolutely spectacular and it was a nice smooth boat ride . I also had a Galway hooker on the tour. (It's a beer.) At the suggestion of the ticket agent at the boat, ...
... if you're feeling fit, or ride to a viewing point without getting off, well except to open the gates. The weather wasn't great so didnt take many pics, but then it is supposed to be wild! Met some more Texans on my way up, which makes me wonder if Texas is shut as they are all here, and even more really lovely Irish people.
Ballyshannon is the birthplace of Rory Gallagher, now I have an LP of ...
Great nights sleep :-) lovely breakfast at the hotel. Tried some frIed black pudding. Didn't really impress me much. Packed the bus under grey skies with patches of blue and left the hotel at 9am and headed west. Warmish weather today with the locals wearing everything from shorts and t-shirts to coats and scarves. Without repeating the cliche but everything is green in Ireland and there are still a ...