Galway in winter

Two people kayaking in Galway bay

Earlier this month we took a trip to Ireland with my mother to show her the country and introduce her to my man’s family. The country decided to show itself from a very good side for some of the time, but as it was the start of November it was a bit of wind, rain and hail along the sunshine.

River Corrib

We spent a few days in the west of the country and enjoyed the lovely town of Galway and surrounding areas. We did a bit of looking around, ate good food and went to quite a few good pubs.

One of the nice pubs we visited in Galway.

We had a very good time and enjoyed ourself a lot. 

Beef and Guinness stew

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23 thoughts on “Galway in winter

  1. jono51 says:

    It would be fun to go there, although I might prefer the warmer months.

  2. My favourite city in Ireland. I hope you all enjoyed it!

  3. I lived here eight years! The rainiest town where an umbrella is pointless due to the gusts😎

  4. Beautiful views and looks like good food. Introducing families sounds like things are moving forward. 🙂

  5. mihrank says:

    This is one the most beautiful locations to visit, brings rich culture and history!!

  6. I want to go to Ireland and Galway now. That meal looked tremendous!

  7. Mabel Kwong says:

    Sounded like a lovely time indeed. Bit of different weather always makes it interesting. Pub food over there actually looks delicious 🙂

  8. Jennifer says:

    Yum, your food looked really good. I thought it was interesting that the Bay looked so calm compared to the River.

  9. Galway in winter looks clearer and warmer than when I have visited in summer and fall. 😉

  10. Looked like great fun. :O)

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