Raheen Woods Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... day so that they could buy a bowl of soup and bread. The walls were sometimes unnecessary but were seen as a way to give the poor work rather than outright charity.
Bal Harbor village
Leaving County Clare and entering County Galway
There are 3 Aran Islands outside of the Bay of Galway.
Galway Hooker - fast boats that transported peat, also a terrific beer!
Onwards to Galway!
... it was rather interesting to speak to a guy like that. Turns out he is a gravedigger back in New Zealand. I noticed him taking up an immediate, very slight defensive posture when I asked him what he does for a living. Once I started asking him questions about it and acting fascinated (which I really was!) he notably opened up. He seemed very proud when he proclaimed that he loved his job. I mention this because this is something I have noticed quite a ...
... a couple of pubs before we came to one with a two man band. A guy singing while playing the guitar and another guy playing the fiddle. They put on a great show! Amazing speed on the fiddle and great songs. We joined in singing where we could. But we need to brush up on our Irish folk songs.
Now about the other people we met. A group of about 30 guys and 10 girls from Dublin who just finished high school and planned a ...
Long long ago Helena said she was going to travel. She told everyone. Then last autumn she went to New York but the travel itch was worse after. She told everyone again she had to go. Then in March 2011 she finally committed - and booked for Bangkok and an open ticket to Sydney in August. The following day Calem her wonderful boyfriend ...
... new and Sean and I eagerly jumped on the ferry hoping there would be room later on for the two of us. This ferry was even smaller then the one from Gallway, but other than the crewmen the ferry was all to ourselves! We had a private ferry ride to Inish Oirr. It was a short ride to the island, passing the other island, the middle sized island. As we were the only people getting off the ferry we were targeted by a guy who told us we weren't going to be able to see the ...