A small forgotten boat at the beach close to Ballyconnelly village, western Connemara.
A story behind: After breakfast we hit the road. Drove south, crossed the Roundstone bog plane ( Roundstone bog is a unique low-lying flat blanket grass, streams, marshlands and lake complex, rich in plants, but with no trees ).
Soon we arrived at a small picturesque village of Roundstone. The main street was lined with bars, pubs, cafes. Very few tourists. A small port with fishermen´s boats and famous hookers.
From Rounstone we turned west along the narrow sea-side road. From time to time we were able to catch a glimpse of strips of small sandy beaches with a Greece-like turquoise color water.