Flannery's Hotel Galway
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... who must be very sure footed to graze so near the steep mountains. We walked to the end of the constructed stone steps and looked down to the carpark to see how far we had come. Reddy Eddie was a tiny red car. It was time to walk back and drive onto Galway.
Highlights of the drive Galway:* light snow for most of the drive which interestingly sweeps over the windscreen * the flat topped mountain range inland from Sligo* The GPS unit taking us down ...
... we were in desperate need of a meal. We picked a nice restaurant in Salthill and had something to drink to calm our nerves. Not a spectacular meal (who serves mashed pumpkin in a restaurant) but at least they were large enough.
After walking it off alongside the cold and windy water, Brendon commented that he was feeling a little off. Thinking that we surely could not get food poisoning here in Ireland, we ...
... from Seattle, I'm spoiled in that regard. We have some of the best variety and quality in the Pacific Northwest, with regard to beer. The views were nice and it was a good day.
I had Bacon and Cabbage for dinner at a place called Lohan's. It was more or less hamsteaks, with mashed potatoes, cabbage, and a cheesy-ish sauce. It was very good, but for those of you who know me well, I don't do so well with cheesy sauces. ...
So tomorrow Jan goes home and I am on my way to the Aran Islands for a week! Marco (Daves manager of the hostel) is going on vacation and I want somewhere to stay for free! So I will be running the hostel! But this time Marco is going to show me what to do!!!! This will be good because it gives me a whole week to figure out what I want to do in terms of traveling! I just booked my flight to Scotland! It was 43 euro! Can you believe that! It is ...
... with Busabout, which is a bus service designed for budget backpackers that allows me to hop on and off the bus in whichever cities I like and stay as long as I want. It's similar enough to interrailing, except I get the bonus of meeting tons of travellers doing the same thing as me (nice, because I'll be doing at least half my trip by myself) as well as tour guides to give me pointers on what to do, and drop ...