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Aran Islands

The Aran Islands were once described as 'Ireland Squared' by author J. M. Synge. This couldn't be more true of the gaelic-speaking, ceilidh-dancing, Guinness-drinking people, or of the rocky, windswept islands themselves.

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  • Festivals, islands and more!
    via ferry to the aran islands! What a wonderful time! The sun came out just as we arrived ...
    Posted in Is Eachtra é An Sao! by seabreeze406

  • Day 5 and 6
    Day 5 and 6 I took another ferry to Inis Mór (€25)-- the largest of the Aran Islands. The island measures 3 miles (long) by 2 miles (wide)!! It's a little island, but there are tons of things to see and do. It's the most developed of the Aran Islands. I'm staying at Mainister Hostel for €11 a night ...
    Posted in My Trip to Ireland by lindsayeic

  • Day 4
    I've taken the ferry to Inis Oírr. Inis Oírr is the smallest of the Aran Islands, and it's very beautiful. My ticket was €25 and the ride was not too bad at all. I spent all day checking out the old ruins and the amazing countryside. A person has gotta eat, so I ate at a local pub. it cost me €30. I also went ...
    Posted in My Trip to Ireland by lindsayeic

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