Travel Blogs from Letterkenny
Not a blog entry as per say, just going to mention that you meet some characters in hostels and even the owners of the hostels are great!
Taking the **** out of the customers and not insulting them is wonderful! Especially when you speak Irish not English!
And sorry for taking so long to upload blogs…I have a word document that is currently sitting on over 5,000 words of entries that I haven’t uploaded because the internet is slow. And ...
... It was 10Eu which I was cautious of spending, but if you don’t spend anything you don’t gain anything.
And it was easily the best 10 Euro I have ever spent.
A 2 hour show of Irish music, sing-a-longs and World champion Irish dancers.
And when I say World Champion, I mean a 14 year old, twice winning, world Champion winner.
And I think I am doing well.
It was just a usual travel day.
Nothing overly exciting. Usually something does happen that makes it exciting, but not always.
But on the upside, I met a lovely Aussie bloke at the hostel (even though I am camping on the grass) from Canberra.
And the lady who runs the hostel is gorgeous! But she took the **** out of me for being Tasmanian! Haha.
I am so so tired!
Lisa xo ...
I had what I call a productive lazy day today.
A day where I got my book, I got my lunch and I went and sat down at the festival and did not much for a long time.
It was nice to relax for a while, because I am moving on tomorrow and who knows what that will hold!
Very short entry today, because I need to pack up my bag and we all know how long that is going to take!
Lisa xo ...
... contains approximately 100,000 residents, making it the second largest city in North Ireland, after Belfast. Chief industries of the city include brewing, tanning, and the making of linen. The city still provides each U.S. president with 12 linen shirts. The name of the city itself has been an issue on tension for years. Initially named "doire" by the native Irish (meaning “oak grove”), the name became anglicized to “Derry”. ...