Travel Blogs from Malin
... for lunch at Galway this is a busy city with cobblestone streets , many shops, cafés, buskers & bars. After lunch we drove to Knock with its modern cathedral and finally to Sligo , excursion tonight to Irish pub for drinks and ...
... on your phone if you think your power might die.
Well then lisa!
I had 30 minutes to get enough charge to get my ticket!
And in those 30 minutes, i found John and Paul! My two buddies from yesterday.
It was good so see them when I didn't look like a tomato pineapple cross.
And then, my onwards journey began!
And just for you, i have re-written the first verse and chorus of Rocky Road to Dublin ...
... talking and he was from Dooblin. That's where he said he was from anyway. I think he meant Dublin but yeah.
But I won't be mean about the accent...it's pretty. Irish accents are. Some of them.
He was genuinely so so nice, and easy to talk to. And so quick at getting up on a board!
I got jealous ha.
And I would have said he was quite cute too, but ...
... in to town to get mine in the hope that I would be in before they got out
It was very similar to my board at home. Also got a very think wetsuit, which is good in the water but impossible to get on. And a pair of booties.
I must have looked like a right dag carrying a board on my head from the center of town to Tullen Strand.
But where I was camped was worth it.
... that by the time I reach Dublin, it will be even more.
I have spent my night with a giant cup of tea (there were no mugs so I used a jug…) and a collection of notes writing and writing. So I am technically up-to-date at my end.
Although, you haven’t read any of them so you still think I am in Derry. Sly girl Lisa. Sly.
Actually, given there are about 6 entries before this one, you would know exactly where I am.
Lisa xo ...