My great Irish vacation experience in Ireland
My best experience was when I visited Kilarney, Ireland. To begin with, my friends Billy, Meg and I watched the world cup finals in this amazing pub. As we watched the game, we were very disappointed, because it was not exciting as we predicted it to be. We left before the game was finished, as we only had 3 days to explore the finer things to appreciate in Ireland. I cannot forget the little pub we visited and purchased three refreshing drinks for only €10; which was awesome as drinks in our hometown were not that cheap in our home town and probably could pay for one with ten dollars, but not 3. The vibe in the club as great and we danced frantically, and we did not leave the pub until about 3 o’clock the next morning. We left the put hungry and tried to purchase some provisions, but all the stores and supermarkets were closed; we were starving.
The next day we saw some amazing sites, as a mountain peak pinnacle to reach the sky, we admired the fabulous town scenes, while content Irish nationals passed by and I could feel my spirit lifted, as I took photographs to add to our album of exciting trips. We met with some budget travelers and the moment was admirable, though we had to channel our way through horrific weather, as the rain poured heavily, particularly in Northern Ireland. On the regular, budget travelers travel and their testimonies were quite flattering, it made us want to travel more and explore other avenues. The temperature was low, and the small house we accommodated gave us the run of the mill real life experience; the toilet was broken and could not flush, so we had to remove the cover of the tank, then pull the level to release the water into the bowl. These factors might seem horrific to you, but we enjoyed our experience, as trips should give us a different experience that was not of common practice, and Kilarney gave us that experience. I have seen squeaky doors and punctured roofs in movies, when water literally dripped in on the occupants, but we got to experience the fun of living without the natural necessities as we have grown up to be so accustomed to and it was fantastic.
Most of all, we appreciated the warmth of friendship in Ireland, because Irish people are very inviting, and they share everything. Our short-lived Irish neighbors brought us homemade delights, which we enjoyed. The cooking was first-rate compared to some we have tasted in other regions of the world. Moreover, we have bonded with the budget traveler Oliver, and plan to go on another trip with him soon to explore other parts of Ireland when we return. Most of our destinations were pursued on foot, as Oliver enjoys walking, and we loved that, because the trip ended up costing up less.