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walking is the ideal way to wander around this island.also however if pressed for time other options available include bicycle hire, pony and trap ,or the "wanderly wagon" experience- this being a tractor and converted trailer which does a tour- all these available from pier
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Walking is the ideal way to wander around this island. If pressed for time, however, other options available include bicycle hire, pony and trap, or the "wanderly wagon" experience - this being a tractor and converted trailer that provides a tour - all these are available from pier.
  
 
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The ship from Father Ted, an old shipwreck about 50mins walk from the pier.
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*The ship from Father Ted, an old shipwreck about 50 minutes walk from the pier.
  
The graveyard, also contains a very old chapel, once run by St. Kevin, older brother of St. Kevin of Glendalough.
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*The graveyard, also contains a very old chapel, once run by St. Kevin, the older brother of St. Kevin of Glendalough.
  
 
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* There are many local pubs
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* There are many local pubs.
  
 
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==Sleep==

Revision as of 03:17, 25 June 2007

Inis Óirr, also called Inisheer, is the smallest and southernmost of the Aran Islands in County Galway, Ireland. It is easily visible from the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare.

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Understand

Talk

The island is Irish-speaking, but you shouldn't have any trouble at all finding someone who speaks English.

Get in

Get around

Walking is the ideal way to wander around this island. If pressed for time, however, other options available include bicycle hire, pony and trap, or the "wanderly wagon" experience - this being a tractor and converted trailer that provides a tour - all these are available from pier.

See

  • The ship from Father Ted, an old shipwreck about 50 minutes walk from the pier.
  • The graveyard, also contains a very old chapel, once run by St. Kevin, the older brother of St. Kevin of Glendalough.

Do

Eat

Drink

  • There are many local pubs.

Sleep

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