Camillaun Lodge & Angling Centre
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... a very high ceiling and a high dome as well. This is alongside the river that flows rapidly through the town to the sea. A man standing in the middle of it fishing. Salmon are here at certain times and there are special passages for them to get upstream. Quite picturesque. Back into town and had to shelter under an awning for a rather heavier than usual shower to pass. Struck up a conversation with a man also sheltering about the Connemara, his favourite place and one we want ...
... Friday the 30th. A new spark of hope for our job hunt. We grew a pair and got over the jitters. We busted in the doors, demanded the manager come speak with us at once, and shoved our CV down their Irish throat. Not much truth to that last statement, but we did start going into businesses without signs posted. Apparently that's just the thing to do. Stumbled upon Salt Hill. Hit up a little beach, but it wasn't all that. We DID enjoy some delciousass ice cream. To top ...
... the rocks below.
Her blood reddened the sea from Loop Head to the Cliffs, and it is said that Malbay is named after her. The rock, now known as Hag’s Head, took her form, and can still be seen to resemble the profile of a ...
... br> 20 minutes walk up hill, 15 minute downpour as we arrived. Will not bore with details and will not do it justice. Google it for yourself.
Non ancient highlight was the lady with long coat, umbrella and crocs who beat us to the top. Weather has turned, temperature has plummeted and she's got crocs sans socks. Amazing.
Happy return to hotel, without sea sickness, and excellent meal and drink.
To the south on the morrow
... contacting him, and poor scheduling, I casually ran into my brother on the street.
Lead by our fearless, dreadlocked leader (who we speculated could be a leprachaun due to his ability to spontaneously disappear and reappear throughout the night), about thirty international kids trounced around Dublin. The night was filled with traditional Irish music, laughter, and great company. I feel that I couldn't have completed a more fitting ...