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... their many missing teeth might be. We arrived at the cemetery about 2 km out of town to find the rural road lined with many cars and vans with people gathered in gender based clusters. We ventured in looking for Quirk grave sites that may be ancestors. While we found no Quirks, we found Bergins. The real find of the day were the people milling around the cemetery. Boys in trousers and waistcoats, men similarly attired while the women sported a range of frocks to trackies ...
... the sun!). We drove to the reception at the fanciest hotel that we had been to, it really was lovely (we were very happy that we had booked a room when we arrived!). The reception was great fun, I was amazed by how long it went for! The band finished at 1am, then the DJ (a random old man in a suit) started until around 2.30am and then we all moved on to the residents bar at the hotel, where everyone carried on until the wee small hours, but we ...
Today we woke up, packed, and walked to the bus station. My calves (and feet) were killing me. At least I wore my sandals, so I'm creating new and interesting blisters instead of just reopening old ones ;) We were all on the struggle bus (or, according to Michelle, on the struggle train, because it's bigger) this morning. But by now I'm starting to walk like a normal person again, which I'm pretty ...
... of statues in the town square commemorates this. There is music and dancing all day long and the services of Ireland’s leading matchmaker, Willie Daly, are available. Traditionally farmers and shepherds from the whole of County Clare would attend, looking for a wife, but these days I think most go for the music and the craic. This year, 2013, the festival is for the first time going pink, with a special ...
... the first 10 minutes of the trip buying and eating kit kats, snickers bars, coffee, Coke, tic tacs, crisps and Pringles, needless to say they were rather large...very annoyingly, they were not sick.
Then 10 euro minibus tour around the island. Best value ever.
the bus driver, Patrick, of course, took us to the coastline where we could see two smaller islands, privately owned by a family, who use it to run sheep and cattle. No one ...