Greenhills Conference and Leisure Hotel
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... wanted to offer to drive us in one of the security buggies but it only had two seats and our walk was only three minutes. But then the guy at reception was just as sweet! He made sure that there was someone there to let us in and that security had our names just in case we were stuck at the front gate, so that they knew we were actually staying there. We actually went back to ask him where to eat, and then again after dinner to ask for blankets! (He had ...
... smiled and laughed as much on his job as he did with us. The hallways walking back to our room reminded us of Harry Potter with the large wooden doors.
We got back to our room to find the drapes closed, beds turned down with gourmet chocolates on the pillow and lovely, fluffy slippers next to the bed. They even tidied up the bathroom and laid out our bathrobes. Sweet dreams!
Fun fact: bobby pins are called hair bobbins in Ireland.
... pub overlooking Galway Bay - very delicious fish n' chips - although pricey @ 20 euros for lunch - but since I only paid 93 cents for breakfast - it all evened out!!! haha.
Sooooo glad I am NOT driving here - VERY skinny and winding roads....so when there is oncoming traffic - just grease the sides of the bus and hope for the best! Any wonder how people still have ...
Monday, 16 September 2013
To my dearest trusty readers. Here I am, round two of my adventures in Ireland. I hesitated with the idea of writing a blog for a few reasons – 1) that since this is my second year on the Emerald Isle, concepts or stories will no longer be novel, 2) I'm starting a PhD (Yeah that’s right!) and will be thus forced to write until my ears start oozing words, and 3) What’s the point?
That third question hit me the hardest. Since ...
... the end and all, that I wasn’t in the mood to talk much, so I sat on my own and listened, only talking to my Norwegian friend when she took a break from playing. As we left the session, we had a very difficult time exiting through the door because, as in typical Irish form, suddenly tons of people wanted to engage us in conversations. Leaving a space in Ireland takes longer than anywhere else I have ever been! Eventually, those trapped with an inability to escape ...