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... girl did Irish dancing. It was awesome to watch. On one of the songs, she made the beat, and then the guys played according to her.
The further we walked, we came to the town square. It was called Erye Square. Right beside the square, was a little cafe. They had the best hot chocolate I have had over here so far. We got some and headed to the square to relax for a few hours. There was a guy in the park playing a violin, and we listened to him while we relaxed.
... on the streets: harp players, Irish or tap dance, singing, saxophone, guitar, and many more. We walked a ways and found a cute restaurant and ate. Well, it was a pub. I had garlic bread and a big hamburger. And... I can't remember what Briana had. But I don't really care. Today we came back, and I got myself a Saint Brigid's cross necklace, and a birthstone Claddagh ring. Very cool. After that we then traveled a ways to the Moher Cliffs. It was very cool, but what ...
... she immediately fell blissfully asleep.
I woke the next morning at about 7am and she was nowhere to be seen. Her two other friends were just leaving and whispered their sincerest apologies to me before leaving too. Thus my first night in Galway was over and after pondering briefly on the hilarious effects of alcohol, I merrily made my way over to the bus to set out on a four day journey across Northern Ireland with my newly met fellow travellers. B.
Today was a jam packed day as we had to fit in getting our tyre repaired & then tried to fit in what we couldn't yesterday because of the tyre!
Passage West was our first stop, a gorgeous little town along the water not far from Cork. I had information from mum that my ...
... but I was fascinated and by the end of the three hours my eyes were practically hanging out of my head from straining to read the difficult and, in some places, faded writing. It is amazing to think that these books were 165 years old!
Once I had profusely thanked Patricia, I headed out into the sunshine – I had a walk through the crowded shopping area and down to the bus station to buy my ticket for tomorrow’s trip to Loughrea. Once again I am ...