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Our night in Londonderry was very interesting with our host Isobella! "Jesus Christ" were her favourite words. Her house was comfortable and her breakfast was amazing!
Another few hours in the car for us today, but didn't seem as long as it was yesterday.
Today we visited Strabane, Donegal (a neat little coastal town).
We went into Sligo to find a penpal of Joe's Mum. Well Sligo was hosting the World 2014 ...
... br> At one point I even thought of getting out our instruments and having rehearsal, but…..
We landed in Shannon and it promptly began to rain as soon as we got outside. Out came the rain jackets and umbrella, but it didn’t dampen the spirit of being here. We ended up going to Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. That was truly the highlight of the day for most of the students. The castle was gorgeous. It was built ...
... the comment about the Galway girls, its damn freezing outside but these girls don’t leave much to the imagination, channelling a little Geordie Shore. Some girls who particularly caught our eye were a line whose dance moves conjured up images of the song 'whip your hair back and forth’, they were literally lined along a railing bending backwards and forwards over the bar whipping their hair/upper bodies over and ...
Tuesday (4th) went down for breakfast this morning to see that Patrick had got up just to see us off, how nice of him. Glorious sunshine this morning as we walked to find where our bus was leaving from, we still had a while before it was due to leave. So we stopped to get a hot drink then some lunch for the bus on the way back walking along the icon walk in temple bar. The bus trip only took just over 2hrs and the sunshine started to disappear as time went on. Luckily we ...
... I have ever visited. Icy wind blowing directly off the North Atlantic!! Still, this didn't detract too much from the scenery, and I managed to do the approx. 5 km round trip walking along the top of the cliffs. Not much sunshine -so photos are a bit dark unfortunately.
This region is also known as the Burren, and is characterised by a barren, rocky limestone landscape, quite different from the lush green fields elsewhere.
Then I drove down to ...