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... seen them form a part of myth and legends. We have also used them to our advantage as a place of lookout, quarrying, fishing, collecting eggs and feathers. In the last few hundred years The Cliffs of Moher have gained greater and greater importance as a tourism destination.
COTTAGES IN GROUNDS OF BUNRATTY CASTLE
This is an original cottage moved to the grounds of Bunratty Castle, 2 small bedrooms up the narrow staircase, ...
... s market is just getting started with a few stalls setting up. I find some beautiful strawberries and big bunch of carrots pulled from the ground not too long ago.
Back at the hostel, I collect my family to head out to the west coast of Ireland and the famous Cliffs of Moher. Our first stop is at the Doolin Pier where we collect our tickets for the O'Brien Cliffs of Moher cruise. Thinking that Doolin must be a little sea town like ...
... attached to the hostel. Nick and I shared goat cheese bruschetta and beef lasagna (with fries...). The food was great. By the time we were done it was around 10 pm. The group went out for traditional Irish music and I stayed in to rest up. Nick tucked me in and left to have some fun. Most of the group didn't stay out late.
Nick, the guide and our friend Allen stayed out till about 1:30 am.... crazies.
Tomorrow Cliffs of Moher!!!
... is “The Preservation and Adaptation of the Social Life of Irish Traditional Singing.” I will share my experiences in Irish social life, music, culture, anything that may be remotely relevant in any way. Though I focus on one tiny dot in the world of social science, I aim for a project applicable to a broad scope of humanity. Gone are the days of “He said she said and I walked to the store!” We now enter the days of information! Research! Enlightenment!
... went to Murphy’s Ice Cream shop and got a single scoop of Bailey’s Cream Liqueur flavored ice cream for 3.80 euros. I ran into Gary from our trip, who told us a comical story about him attempting to purchase a cup of coffee. He went into this shop and asked the lady what she recommended, between a latte, or a cappuccino. After he made his selection, he then proceeded to pay her, but what he pulled out of his billfold was in British Pounds. ...
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