Brehon Lodge Lahinch
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... got back up to the campsite, both of us needed to go to the toilet, and I went to jump the stone wall and Danny kept on walking to the gate.
'Why don't you just jump the wall?' I asked.
And the best compliment I have ever recieved was the answer.
'I forgot you were a practical girl'
I'm not a whimpy sooky girly girl! YES!
So that was my day of childhood memories and new memories!
(The ever so practical) Lisa xo
... to find this town is a mecca for surfers. Who would have thought! Surfing is not something that immediately springs to mind when you think of Ireland. After lunch, Aaron took a stroll around the town to check out the many surf shops as he and Nellie have become keen surfers since moving to Sri Lanka.
Back on the road we bypassed Shannon and Limerick and also Bunratty Castle as we made our way to O’Driscoll's B & B in Glin arriving in ...
Today we toured the narrow streets of Galway, an incredibly charming seaport town in Western Ireland. We visited the Galway City museum and Spanish Arch, supposedly where Columbus took his last steps before sailing to America. We ate Irish soda bread and shopped a bit (Flat Stan was offered a beer but he had to decline bc we had a rugby match to get ...
... and get a lift back to town before eating a massive fry-up and napping for about an hour. I then headed off to the vocal concert, where I spoke with the workshop facilitators. . “We missed you today.” Yeah, well, sometimes sleep is preferable. One of them told me a story about how one time he stayed out until 7, accidentally of course, and had to wake up the next morning to teach, expressing how that was not an ideal situation. The concert ...
... was easier as we walked into the wind, the way back was more challenging as it was pushing us from behind and must more difficult to steady ourselves. One section continuely had ocean water (from 700ft below) spraying up and over the cliffs, a section we had to run through, and running into this wind is really just walking, as it was the most resistance I had ever felt. At one point next to the castle I stood still for 5 ...