Cast your mind back to 25 years ago in Galway city. Diddley-eye music echoed from every pub and two young lads – Simon and Kevin – wanted something else.
A futa fata in Irish means a babble or flurry of excitement. If you can imagine a hallway full of children before a school play, or lunch break, that’s the image that a futa fata brings forth.
Galway Triathlon Club is delighted to announce the return of the Beginners Evening to it’s calendar for 2019, taking place in the Salthill Hotel and Ocean Fitness on Friday 1st March from 7pm – 9.30pm.
When in Galway, do as Galwegians do.
Every week, we here at This Is Galway go to the ends of the earth to bring you some savage ways to spend a day in Gaillimh. These insider tips will provide you with all the craic, ceol and convenience that will transform your trip from dreary to dreamy.
Tie the knot in one of the most romantic places in Ireland — we’re definitely not biased. From the rolling hills of Galway’s countryside to the wild coastline, Galway has many beautiful options for your big day.
If you’ve been planning to head Wesht to experience the picturesque landscape, the buzzing nightlife or to immerse yourself in the culture and heritage, you can jam a whole lotta activity into 48 hours.
Top tip: Pack an umbrella and a pair of sunglasses because, let’s face it, no one can predict the weather in Gaillimh.