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... the lights came on, it was home time.
When did kids decide a playstation was more fun that riding a bike? When video games took over from frisbee? When did being active become uncool?
And then we had a Guinness. Because that's what we do here on the west coast of Ireland.
We sat for a while talking, and then went and sat on the beach looking at the water with fish and chips.
It was really nice actually.
... made it to the roof of the keep because Abby pitched a fit on the third floor and we had to take her back down. But Justin did. I still can't believe how interested he is in these tours... Anyway, it was a wonderful excursion. While much of the driving was highway, we did get to meander down some Irish back roads and were treated to scenery straight out of a storybook. We stopped in town for a bite in a small cafe and headed back home early. Having an entire ...
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3) Beer fuelled pub conversation is no different from anywhere else in the world and just as pointless but sounds so much better with the accent
4) The average rolls on an Irishman's neck is 3
5) Low cholesterol and Irish cuisine have not met
Back to Aran Islands or more specifically Innis Mor
19 kilometres long by 2 wide
800 people live there in about 350 houses, 4 pubs, 3 ...
... edge of a meager 300 ft dropoff. We chose the cliffs and enjoyed the amazing view and experience that they offered. After lunch at a nearby village (my driver buying me an Irish Coffee for my birthday), we head to the Cliffs of Moher.
The Cliffs were fantastic. Monoliths rising from the churning water, they were truly a unique sight. Due to some “bloody stupid Italians” as Mark referred to them, the cliff edge was walled off ...
... my food and water bottle I had taken out of my purse and put it back in to help weigh me down! The closer we got to the cliffs, and the higher we went the stronger the winds got! My dad jokingly (I thought he was kidding) warned me to keep my jacket zipped tight, and now allow it to turn into a pancho or wings! Little did I know this is an actual rule! Your jacket must be zipped up tight so the wind can't catch it! Walking up the ...