When I think of Galway, I picture the quiet, serene moments: basking in the sun beside the waterfront, the faint sound of a guitar strum nearby. I see the multi-hued homes dotting the seaside, a colourful contrast against the blue-grey waters of Galway Bay.
When I think of Galway, I think of the people – the spirited, affable locals. I hear the clamour of busy pubs reverberating throughout the city, a soundtrack of fiddles and drums, hushed chatter and clanking glasses.
When I think of Galway, I realize it’s the Ireland I’d always imagined; a picture of friendliness, charm and craic.
Have you been to Galway?