Clifden Station House
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... than weddings. The only difference between them is one less drunk.
Smirting - smoking and flirting outside the wedding
Have you got something for me coffin?
(this was a long story to get to this punchline where the coffin got loose and was rolling down the hill and stopped at the pharmacy)
Drove through Ballynahinch
SPCA started here by Richard Martin
... which is of course somewhat waterproof but only in reasonable amounts of rain. On a pouring day like today it was impossible to stay dry. I was grateful for my shoes, though. They kept my feet warm and dry until the very end – so kudos to Jack Wolfskin!
Back in the village there are lots of little shops for tourists. The Aran Islands are famous for their Sweaters (‘Wollpullover’ as we’d say in german). They produce the wool themselves and knit ...
... br> Finished back in Cill Ronain, the main village on the island. Checked out the sweater shops which the islands are renowned for. some lovely stuff, but we figured there were no sheep or woolen mills on the island, so where are they made?
Found a nice little pub back on the mainland at Doolin where we had dinner. Arrived back at Ballyduff at 11pm – big day!!
... And with that sunny weather, it was really enjoyable. It was March in Ireland and I just wore a pullover…unbelievable!! When the weather is not good, Connemara looks sad area, but when the weather is sunny, it is an explosion of colors and it is gorgeous. It is one of the most beautiful area I have never visited.
The funny story with this escapade was that we just realized before arriving at the half of the loop that 16 km was ...
... why I love this country so much! Also being on the island is so great, the people are so laid back and relaxed and everyone says hello how are ya, how ya doin? It just brings a smile to your face even when you know they are talking about you in Gaelic!
Now we have some fun characters here! Mister Carl- well… Jana and I can NOT understand him! Hes got the thickest Irish accent! When we first met him at Daves house in Dublin I ...