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... Everyone mad us very welcome and introduced us to the owner of Viking Tours, Mike, we're going with him at 3pm tomorrow for a lake cruise. The movie was excellent, we both highly recommend it. We were told to go to Sean's Bar, the oldest pub in Ireland, for traditional irish music, that too was excellent, packed but fun. When we left at 11.45pm to walk back to the car there was a shower of rain. We think the bestest day we've had in ...
... all the town to see. Them farmfolk sure know howda throw a party, as people came from kilometres around it seemed to participate in the fun. Pictures are below; please enjoy and comment!
So now I've been driving for much longer than I had originally thought I would be, and I'm glad I did. 'Twas only about another hour till I got to Cong -- or so I thought.
One not fun thing about speeding through the skinny streets of any foreign place is the fact that ...
... t panic Justine, All is fine! + 1 for me!
But , When I arrived at Dublin, My backpack was not there. Damn. Really? + 1 for the life
( Oh and actually, And they're still not there, neither in the airport, nor with me…)
I tried to call my momy, but payphones aren’t as in Quebec, so I didn’t join her. + 1 for the life (again).
I arrived in Athlone (15 minutes ...
... it's journey) also participated in the festival. Next year I'd love to check out the Roscommon Lamb Festival leading up to Easter!
For me, May is the start of festival season in Ireland! This year I attended two of my favourite festivals, the Smithwick's Kilkenny Rhythm and Roots Festival and the Cathdral Quarter Arts Festival in Belfast. Both were phenominal outpourings of the talent of the island and there was even a bit of overlap in ...
... good thing we had the hats as I kept hitting my head on the roof as it fluctuated in height every few meters. Our guide finally led us to a pitch black area and told us to look ahead and as he switched on the lights a magnificent giant thing shone from the roof way above our heads. It was hard to believe we had just walked all this way through narrow little streams of water to this massive cave that was almost 30 meters below the earths crust. This thing had been growing for millions of ...