we are coming from Doolin- should we plan on staying on the inishmore for 1 night to enhance the experience wanted to bike ride and enjoy
Where do we catch the ferry if coming from Doolin? I am assuming pretty chilly in May?
what is the nightlife like on inishmore? would there be many people around of a sunday night we planning on going this sunday the 21st? is it true theres a nightclub on the island
Best B&B on Inishmore?
Hi! I will be on the island for a night in May and want to get to Westport in County Mayo. What is the best way to do this? We have such a limited amount of time and really want to see both places, so any sugestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!
Regarding there are ferries to Inishmore from Ros a'Mhil at 1pm. The last return ferry will be at 5pm. Regarding to my information the sailing time will be 45 minutes...
So do you think, that this short time on the island suffice to get an impression and to visit the major sights by rented bycicle? I realize, that it will probably be a very compendious tour, but unfortunately my time is very limited and I'd like to visit parts of Connemara (I'm thinking about Kylemore Abbey and a quick look at the Twelve Bens) ante meridien...
Or should I even forego the Aran islands and make a more detailed Connemara-tour?
I would love to learn a few words in Irish to use in Gaeltacht areas. I have a book on Irish place names and have learned a little from that. And I know how to say Slainte. But I know little else and when I know the word, I worry about correct pronunciaton. Might you tell me a few phrases such as "hello," "please," "thank you" "pardon me" and "where is.." along with some type of pronunciation guide (this is the hard part, I think). Thank you so much.
Can 4 grown up sit in one poney's trap, please, and how far can we let him go ? Antoine
I keep coming across references to horse riding on the island but am yet to find any info on how to arrange or book anything - anyone with any suggestions?
My niece is getting married on Inishmore in September of '07. I am debating making the trek from California. I know there is quality surf in parts of Ireland and that September is a good month for swells, does anyone know if there are surf spots on the island. It would seal the deal for me.
Planning to visit the island for a night in September. Do i need to book a B&B before I go? If so, any recommendations?
would inishmore be a nice place to live?
would like to get the name, email or address of the Band B on innismorhre (big island) that is nearest to dunanegus (sp).
How is life on Inishmore?