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... the wrong bus and took 4 buses and 2 hours longer to get there.
This journey was broken up by an impromptu hooping act at the bus station.
I then got to Le/La-hinch and before I even set my tent up, I found a surfer dude.
So I dropped by bag, my phone, my wallet...walked away from it all and went and said 'Hi!'.
What I seem to be doing a lot lately. Going up and saying hi to random surfer dudes.
But he was nice, we talked for a ...
Tuesday, June 11th I was sad when we left Killarney, because I would have loved to explore it for another day. I think it's my favorite city thus far on the trip. Before arriving to Galway, we visited a few places along the way. My favorite site was the Cliffs of Moher. It was a breathtaking experience. We had about an hour to explore the site (I could have spent all day absorbing it all in). As I made it to the top of one of the ...
Ireland 28th August - 6 September Written by Tessa Highlights: Visiting the towns of Kilkenny, Cork, Doolin and Galway Listening to the Irish folk music band the Kilkennies in Kilkenny Kissing the Blarney Stone Walking around Inisheer, one of the Aran Islands, and seeing the Cliffs of Mohar Pub crawl in Galway Seeing CCC trackies and sport clothing EVERYWHERE, it's insane - not really a highlight but more of an observation On the 28th of August we rose early at 5:15am ...
... from a startled official and leap back in the car, typing the name of the town closest to the cliffs - Liscannor - into the dashboard and following the directions through increasingly remote and beautiful countryside until, there at the very edge of the Atlantic loom the Cliffs of Moher.
The wind is ferocious, blowing in hard and fast from the thousands of miles of cold, cold ocean
stretching westwards. The last ...
... to "pass the luck". I do not recall the exact phrase he used but the premis is when someone buys something from another person, the seller must give some money back (specifically a silver coin) to the buyer and then spit on the coin (I believe in the other persons hand) in order to "pass the luck". If you do not do this, no one will do business with you because they believe you are keeping the luck for yourself! However he ...