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The main reason Jake and I ventured to Galway was because its the biggest city closeto the to Cliffs of Moher. Today we took a day tour that took us through the Burrens ( an expanse of rocks that resulted from plates shifting under the ocean.) The tour took us through winding roads, historic castles and old villages on the Western Coast of Ireland …
... of Mohr from the top and from the water, after a day at Inisheer Island, one of the Aran Islands. Sea birds, kittiwakes, razorbillls, guillemots, and puffins everywhere on the cliffs but photos are just not good enough to show them well. It can't be stressed enough what amazing weather we had... the tour group before couldn't even take the boat ride due to the rainy, stormy weather.
Our last full day on the tour ...
... location – some say it lies under the ogam-inscribed gravestone on Slieve Callan, east of Milltown Malbay, while according to others it was thrown into the little lake on the top of that mountain.
The city, with its ...
... putting their own spin on it. It seems that the older musicians are very supportive of the youngsters as well.
After the session, we decided to go to the 5:30 session at a local restaurant (not a pub). I brought my bodhran and decided to participate in this one. It turned out to be a weird session. The first person to arrive was a lady playing the harp… that’s right… a HARP. I have never seen this before. A few fiddle players and an accordion player ...
... seemed to get heavier.
In places, Hans suggested that we should open a shop here selling underwear (shorts) - as the road is so narrow in places, and some of the larger trucks and BUSES can make one have a physical reaction !!! Personally, I lost my breath at one point with a bus that came so close to us I could have spit at it out the window. Hans had to stop the car (it was on a ...
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