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... mass graves from the Potato famine in the middle of the 1800’s. During this time Irelands population halved, around 5 million people either left the country or died. Numerous reasons are attributed to this. The first was the fungus blight. Normally blight will ruin a small percentage of the crop but for a period of 4 years in ruined a huge percentage of the crops. The second reason was that in an effort to stamp of the Catholics and promote ...
... huff, noise, sigh, remark, nothing at all from Neil the entire time. The only thing going through my head was "I think I'm going to have to give this ring back by the time we get home-if we ever get there"
Finally, after hours of driving we made it to Galway. A beautiful, quaint town/city part of the Western coast of Ireland. We were able to pop into shops and bar hopped along the main strip. We visited three bars: The Kings ...
... cliffs of Mohr before returning to Dublin tomorrow plus we get to stay with Mairead and James an extra night which Daisy is very happy about.
So we had a relatively late start at 10:30 due to sorting out the car but it was actually a pretty miserable day weather wise so a section of the drive that Lonely Planet said had some of the best scenery in Ireland proved disappointing as low lying cloud and fog obscured what we presumably were suppose to see but ...
... stream there, and climb around the ruins of the abbey (one of the many wrecked by Cromwell). The weather was still warm and sunny, so Chris M. and I were chatting outside the bus when Darren, our bus driver, jokingly closed the bus doors and started to roll away. Hey, my watch was 3 minutes slow, ok?
Luckily we weren't left behind, and made it to our next stop: Loch Corrib, the second-largest lake in Ireland. It was ...
21 July 2011
Tarbert to Doolin
We left Tarbert and caught the 9:30am ferry across the river. We then cycled another 10km into the town of Kilrush. There was a small farmer's market in the central square complete with fiddler. So, we bought some bread and cheese and some fresh olives and olive paste (can't spell tapenade). We ate it all later for lunch at some nameless ruin on the shore.
We were following ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services