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
... in Ireland for 10. Her husband is canadian and runs the company. We took off and met with the rest of the group, who were surprisingly, and happily, all Irish. From all over the country. An older couple from, actually I have no idea. And two pairs of friends, both just going out for a kayak on the weekend. One of the two actually had a camper van, with bikes on the back of it. I got to talking to them, and turns out, one of them, Ronan, had ...
... which was quite large. I was surprised that there were not more horses, as I thought that there were still wild ones in the region. It was a nice walk, and we stayed there for about an hour. We then carried on with the drive towards Clifden. We stopped at picnic tables to have a quick (and very cold and windy) lunch that we had packed earlier. We got to Clifden and found the Sky Road drive. The drive was up some quite narrow and steep roads, but the view was ...
... of them together, which should make for an interesting talk. For the sake of blog space and reader interest, I won’t go into detail about my classes, but just imagine how interesting they were! They were lectures, not lessons, so we learned stories, talked about issues, listened to singers and engaged in fascinating discussions.
That evening, my Willie Week housemates and I decided to attend the fiddle recitals. One reason I did not complain ...
... 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 ...