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... Harry while we're in Dublin and hopefully our colds will have cleared enough for us to be able to sing in the pub.
Ken here, adding more to Pat’s thoughts as we travel through Ireland and I must say it is even more beautiful than I imagined and this will certainly be a return here for both Pat & I maybe as early as next year. Our drive from Galway into Connemara had a few hiccups but all for the better I think. Harry & John has our route ...
... on to Galway for a late lunch. Didn't arrive in Galway until 3pm so it was a late lunch indeed. We had 2 hours to roam around the city centre and then off to our hotel. Would have liked to have more time to explore. But did have time for a quick half pint in a little pub. Dined as a group in the hotel tonight. Very nice, we both had Beef and Guinness casserole. Sight of the day: wheelchaired busker with very small dog on his lap singing Johnny Cash songs in a very Irish ...
... and thank be to God his time ran up and oh he did describe Aoife as a ‘beautiful irish girl”… “Im complimenting and insulting her by calling her ‘beautiful’ and then ‘irish’,” ohh man this guy. Ha. It was all fun though – for having tried SO hard to avoid the stage, it just all still caught up with us, ha. It was a fantastic experience, lots of fun
So Tuesday Im feeling under the weather, ...
... was a doozy to write, I can't even imagine reading it. Hopefully you enjoyed reliving the first month or so of my journey, with some major cracks along the way. I only scratched the surface of the goings on here in Galway and what I have done, but I promise the following entries will be more in depth to specific adventures/experiences. I do hope you continue to read my blog as I continue through this chapter of my life!
Peace and love to all,
... the pathway. I thought that was pretty cool. We got hungry so we went for some food, we found a fish and chip place with no seats and a bar with seats but no food, the bartender told us we could bring our food in. She showed us to the back room which was warm with a wood burning stove in the middle. The warm, food and beer combination was like heaven on earth after the giants causeway! We ended that day in belfast! Love ...