Inis Meain Restaurant & Suites
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James and I spent the weekend time-traveling. Or so it felt. We decided to head to the west coast in search of my great-grandmother's homestead. My 95-year-old grandmother told us to head to Galway then take the main road west. Cross three bridges and we'd find the post office. She told us the gentleman there would know how to find the Flaherty homestead. Being used to the detailed directions of Google maps, I found these ones a bit vague but Grandma ...
... There we spent some time walking around downtown and getting ice cream which was made in Dingle, and she headed back home.
Sunday morning came and I thanked the heavens to be out of that hostel and off on a new adventure. I went down to Ashfield around 10:00 am to retrieve my bike and rolled it a couple blocks to where I needed to get the bus to Galway. The ride was incredibly short considering it was totally across the country, only taking about two and half hours. It ...
... the case, the rain stopped when we finally arrived back at our vehicle. The twisting road we followed through the Burren seemed to be designed with the landscape in mind. The road went around obstacles, never through them, it dipped where the ground dipped and it followed the contours of the limestone hills for some distance. Ballyvaughan was our next stop, where lunch was enjoyed in a local café while we watched the squalls of rain pass by. The afternoon ...
... over Galway Bay. The recovered one has hardly said a word in the last hour while listening to the music. We will stay until food calls us. The bar is full of a range of internationals looking for the real Irish experience. Athenery, Birr and other religious and historical sites will have to wait until tomorrow. We have booked an extra night in Galway as there is so much to see around here before we set off to see the Cliffs of ...
... pantry' (a literal hole in the ground). The flowers were the most amazing.. The rocky landscape was full of wildflowers and other flora. It was stunning to see such beauty struggling to appear amidst the rocks and craggy surface. As beautiful as the landsscape was the flowers were more so. It was only 30 minutes thru the Burren to our final destination of Galway. I did take a video of our drive, another white knuckler, so I hope you enjoy that as much as I ...