Travel Blogs from Kilrush
While planning for the trip, I was very excited for Galway, the only other city we would see besides Dublin, and the apparent arts and culture capital of Ireland. We were here for two nights and I am surprised to say that I am happy to be heading back to the country. Galway is a vibrant, colourful city and I have no doubt that we did not scratch the surface of what there is to offer here. But we have settled into a nice rhythm with ...
... barring some emergency, I probably never will. I am embarrassed to admit that on one of our little adventures when Alex went off to explore some ruins, leaving me in the car with the baby, when he was gone long enough to cause me to worry, my biggest fear was not living without him. My immediate concern was: if Alex doesn't make it back, how the heck am I going to drive out of here? So my impressions of driving in Ireland are restricted to ...
... the road known as the Ring of Kerry. We didn't have great weather the whole day, but there were some great moments when the sun shone done on the hills, and the landscape seemed to just glow. We also saw some dramatic cliffs, beautiful beeches and vast, lush fields. The grass actually is greener here, likely owing to the abundance of rain.
... wanted you to come
back so as to answer some of the questions you had.
A place where after months of being away, old friends immediately include you back in the
round of pints and all of a sudden you know so many of the tunes they're playin' when on
the other side of the island, you knew barely 3.