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... lol. And Gabizinha driver still now night, we begin to have the impression that the roads had been even closer to the point of not being possible to pass two cars. And we started laughing tirelessly with the desperation of our driver when he saw a car in the opposite direction. It seemed that she had seen a ghost in the darkness of that highway lit only by the moon. She screamed "one carrooooo .... a car .... and now ????". Cried laughing. And as a beautiful romantic comedy ...
... meaning a rocky place. This is an
extremely appropriate name when you consider the lack of soil cover and
the extent of exposed Limestone . It looks like a lunar
landscape and the rock walls are back, everywhere including the houses. Everything is made of rock.
Towards the end of the Burren we arrive at Dunguaire Castle built in 1520 by the O’Hynes clan on the picturesque shores of Galway ...
... things, in less time, would have booked another one, but it was a relaxing day seeing small villages, with time.( if i want to see a city or a town, i want to have time to enjoy it)
The men that took us everywhere was so nice, he was singing, and talking to us all the time.
Bad things about the tour day: the restaurant, it wasn't bad, honestly, but it was just prepare or tourist, with crazy prices, ...
... on. Truly a difference can be made in your health by doing something as little as taking a deep breath and allowing your body to relax.
Expecting an Afternoon Nap Can Reduce Blood Pressure. (n.d.). Retrieved November 19, 2013, from American Physiological Society: http://www.the-aps.org/mm/hp/Audiences/ Public-Press/For-the-Press/releases/Arc hive/07/55.html
... far as hostels go. After check in, we headed off to catch the bus to Cliffs of Moher. We spent quite a few hours hiking and wandering the cliffs. The view was incredibly beautiful. I went up the O'Brien tower to get an even higher view and it was awesome! Very tiring but fun. Then we went out around Castlebar (which is equivalent to Temple Bar). We met a fellow American (who has been living in Dublin for quite a while). She said that Galway is ...