Lough Rea Hotel And Spa
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... were clapping and my frineds were impressed when I played the the harmonica. So yeah, that was a nice experience and I got a nice response from the crowd, "All the way from Boston! Michael maloney!" OHH and speaking of Boston, today the verdict came out regarding the Boston Marathon bombing, and I actually got a bit emotional thinking back on that week 2 years ago, and spoke about it with Sarah, who also goes to Northeastern University, and it was interesting seeing ...
... be working on, and her explanation for the flow of lymph and how she treats it through manual massage therapy. She makes a great teacher and she DOES teach at UCD nearby in their physio program, and she even recently gave a presentation on cancer treatment in Galway at a conerence. She was kind enough to take me out for hot chocolate and a blueberry scone and catch up. She thinks Ive lost weight – I told her I doubted it given how much I’ve been eating! But that Ive ...
... saying I love it but here we live in hope that you will not need to use it. It was that energy of hoping that I had been feeling through Ireland. Goddess Brigid is all around in in Ireland & lives within the people here.
Love and many blessings from the Emerald Isle
... starting with her beautiful hometown of Kinvara. Picture perfect small town of Ireland. Colorful houses, castle ruins, ships in the bay, vacation cottages, it was gorgeous. Overlooking the bay, Lynn and I enjoyed some snacks on a stone wall. We met a sheep dog who definitely wanted our snacks. Couldn't help 'em there.
The roadtrip continued. Sinead wanted to roadtrip through the Gaelic speaking towns, to post her work exchange ads. She wanted to learn ...
So, during our day in Dublin, which was great, but probably overrated, we started asking around about the most beautiful place in all of Ireland. What absolutely can't be missed? And surprisingly, the answer was overwhelmingly Galway. Galway? Where's that? On the opposite side of the country? No, that's too far... Turns out, not really. Two and a half hours. That's not too bad, but then we'd have to find a place to stay and pack bags, yada yada. So we're kicking it around ...