Shamrock Inn Hotel
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... I sat there for quite a while. I wanted to go up on a little hill to look out, but there was a family there and I always get nervous intruding on a family. (Yep, even after a year of random hi's and friend, i still don't know what to do when I get to a family).
Eventually, I was wanting to see the view from there so much that I just didn't care anymore. So I went up there, and met the nicest German family!
We got ...
... 8217;s one for the record books! About an hour after Del had just settled in to the hotel – about her second cup of warm tea – Steve appeared (somewhat bedraggled) from the golf course, moaning about the terrible conditions! HE HAD ACTUALLY LEFT THE COURSE AFTER THE SIXTH HOLE. (This is not a typing error!)
After a yummy lunch in the pub though, Steve had second thoughts and ‘just wanted to drive back to the golf course’ to see if he could finish ...
... back home. All the girls wear skinny jeans, I have not seen a single Irish girl in anything other than skinny jeans. And boat shoes.... essentially the only shoes I brought... those are for when you're on a boat not for walking around the city. In addition, hoodies and the brand Northface are also very American. So pretty much my whole wardrobe screams American.
WHAT EUROPEANS THINK OF THE US
I think one of the most astonishing things I've noticed since arriving ...
... A young Spaniard started sniffing around the gal, and push came to shove and the judge’s son killed the Spaniard. As it turned out, the judge had to put his own son on trial and sentenced him to death (what a tough cookie!). Well, the son was a popular fellow in town, and the friendly neighborhood hangman was a no-show on the day of the execution in protest. The judge was so set on justice, he hung his own son from the second story window of his own ...
... learned they are guillemot birds.
Some had slept in the bus on the way to Doolin and many more slept on the way back. This having fun can be very tiring.
After freshening up we went downstairs for the Clan Dinner and election of the Tanaiste (Chieftain Elect). The dinner was lovely with a great choice of dishes and another Australian, Maureen Carey, was elected ...