Camillaun Lodge & Angling Centre
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... our stuff is spread out everywhere (living out of a backpack does not make it easy to find things). Beth, Hannah and I went for a really slow (2 hour), inexpensive lunch at Garavans, where we realized it was even bigger than we thought the night before. I spent time chatting with friends and family back home (for some reason I was feeling sentimental about the end of college). Part of the time was spent at a coffee shop, where the Irish coffee lived up to its hype. ...
... of Moher are simply amazing. If you have ever seen "The Princess Bride", they are referred to as “The Cliffs of Insanity”. The cliffs rise over 600 feet out of the Atlantic Ocean. They are one of Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions and it is easy to see why.
We arrived at the cliffs at 9:00 AM, right when they open. The visitor’s center has a lot of interesting displays about the cliffs and it also has a large gift shop and café. We ...
... they are quite small assignments. If there is no one forcing you to study, there is not much motivation to study. Although I didn't study much throughout the semester, I did not need to study much for the exams because they just were fairly easy. It's weird trying to prove that you learned everything from the course in a mere 2 hour long exam. I guess this is just a custom we're used to and the Irish are used to something else.
... claustrophobia drove me back out.) We managed to find a corner table in the front room, got a couple of Guinesses (Den & Mike) and Irish coffees (Rebecca & me), & waited in the hope that (a) there would actually be live music, and (b) it would be piped out to the front room. When nothing had happened by 9:45 we decided that it wasn’t worth it, we could now say we had been to Matt Malloy’s, & we came back to the Boulevard & turned ...
... of the house, by this we got to see the kitchen, servants stair cases and the secret underground tunnel to the stables - built so the Gentry would not see them moving between the buildings! Snobs!
Second stop - Clonmacnoise Monastery
This was a Monastery founded in 545 by St Kiaran and is the burial place of several Kings of Tara. It was a site that endured many pillagings by Vikings! Amazing ruins - and our ...