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... Galway, we only
had 50 minutes there and it was such a tease as it was an excellent town but we
head back on our long journey back to Dublin to wrap up our tour. We had
forgotten to get our group photo so we shimmied in quickly once we arrived
Thanks for listening.
Ps. The Puffin bird is found at the Cliffs
of Moher and they are the greatest of all of earth’s animals of all. All hail
the mighty majestic magnificent Puffin.
... potholes. We cross the river Robe. All road signs are in English and Gaelic. Some signs are in miles and some in kilometres. We're in county Mayo. We stop for coffee in Cong at Molly Blooms cafe with excellent scones. The town is situated between two Loughs. To make it easier for transport a canal was dug between the two Loughs to the sea in 1854 but the ground was sandstone so it didn't hold water. It's 12ft deep but mostly dry so no boats have used ...
... as far as Dublin in the form of the Olympic Torch Relay. The events, mostly free, including the Peace One Day concert in Derry/Londonderry focused on the Global Truce, local tradition, and the spirit of friendship that accompanies the Olympics. Last year the Open House Festival was set for June offering some of the best bluegrass and trad from the US and Ireland, including a mental showing of strength (or stupidity) in the Chili Fest hot chili eating ...
... sure there is a real taxi service. So we walked around the center of the town and killed some time in a pub waiting for the bus to come back. Then we asked the driver to drop us off at the road that lead to Ballynahinch. The walk was only 20 mins, but when you are walking endlessly down a curved road every curve you just keep telling yourself "its just at the next curve.." Along the walk we created our ...
This is the first entry in my attempt to keep a diary of my trip to new Zealand. Or as the cool kids say a 'travel blog'. Writing this on my phone so excuse the spelling. Writing it from the city link bus with the excellent free wifi You really can't beat the few perks left over from the Celtic tiger. The day started very well with the sister cooking me nice bacon and egg sandwich and even got out on the farm for bit. Got bus from ...