Author Archives: Peter Costea

Linger

Baroom I wanna Linger A little Longer A little longer here with you Baroom and as the years go by  I look at you and sigh This is goodnight but not goodbye Baroom From time to time you might hear … Continue reading

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Bob Marley the Donkey oh and the Blasket Islands

Okay yeah… The SD card in my camera got corrupted and I lost every single photo I have taken on this trip thus far. I mean I have the photos from my blogs and a few others from here and … Continue reading

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The Only Good Type of MSG

Full credit of today’s clever title goes to my good friend and fellow traveler Marie. Apparently her blog is too serious for such an amazing title and but my less then academic blog is capable of using it however.  We finally got to see … Continue reading

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Humans Get in The Way of Everything

Was told by someone I need to find smurf candy for them. I have yet to be able to find the candy but I found a few of these guys scattered throughout the city while wandering.  Today we were truly … Continue reading

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The Valley of the Mad and the Well of the Insane

We left Galway and made our way via three separate buses to the town of Dingle located off of Dingle Bay in the Dingle Peninsula.  Throughout the duration of this Irish Maymester course we explained our studies and travels to … Continue reading

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The Cliffs of Insanity!!! Now with 100% Extra Free Post!

Finally I got everything to work so I can add these photos. I’m not going to describe anything and will let the photos speak for themselves. They are amazing aren’t they? The Cliffs of Moher are one of the most sought … Continue reading

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Mám Clasach

This is a video of a man biking down the Mám Clasach Road in country Kerry Ireland. This road is renowned for its scenic overlook of the Blasket Islands the beautiful country side of the Dingle Peninsula. It runs up … Continue reading

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