RAINBOW FAMILY GATHERINGS: Unofficial Community for Rainbow Family
My favourite Place in the World is Galway City in the West of Ireland.It is a coastal city and isn't very large but it is my utmost favouritest place in the entire world that is…Continue
Okay I really need some help here.I need a clear answer as to whether or not there are any 'hippy' communes in Ireland.And if so how on earth can I get in contact with them to see if I can stay for a…Continue
Hi, I was wondering could anyone help me understand this? It's new to me and really surprised me.Today I was walking home and I looked down at my hands, I was holding my phone so I think I was going…Continue
Hello. I think I made a discussion like this already, but I realise this was really where I should have put it.My name is Heather - Hi! :)I have been wondering about the gathering and this it's…Continue
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7th April 2013
Yesterday I was out for the day on Galway city. On my way up shop street I passed by a hen party singing a song about whiskey and being pirates and a group of french tourists blowing bubbles in the street. Some people were dumbfounded, amazed at how bohemian the whole place was. I barely blinked, that's what I love about having grown up in a house like the one I did and visiting Galway as much as I can. It's almost like becoming desensitized to violence, I was desensitized to the bohemian way of life in Galway city.
I sat then in Erye Square with my mother and we watched as a young man practising perhaps for a street performance or circus show did back flips off the concret steps and jumped around, free running across the square.
People sat laughing with their friends drinking cheap cider, Polish beers, Kopperberg and bulmers on the steps.
A group of homeless people sat int he middle of the square singing Roxanne by the police and playing bongos.... Amid swigs from a cheap bottle of cider.
It is a pity to see people who are homeless but they were happy and the best things was people sang along with them.
Later that night
I just watched a video of a man called Louis Cole travelling around the UK in a double decker bus and he was in Edinburgh. My dad is from there and after 8 years we visited it earlier this year...
Tonight we found out my aunty who lives there has had a heart attack and is in intensive care.
I cried watching the city and recognising different places. It's amazing how large a part of who you are a place can be.