Desmond Lodge

Lough Gur , Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | B&B

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Easter in Ireland - Part 2

A travel blog entry by rachbritton


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Whilst here I also met Aunty Bridget, and Aunty Julia, who are Mick's sisters, and grandad's first cousins as well.

Now family for those of you who have been here, Mick and Breda no longer live at the old family house. They live probably 20 mins down the road, still on property and they rent different sections out. Cat rents a house off them and lives at the bottom of the hill, while Mick and Breda live at the top. Aside ...

Sun, Chill, and All Things Inbetween

A travel blog entry by melepua

... fellow Ethnomusicologists! And here is a little confidence booster – remember last year when I felt overwhelmed by all this critical thinking mumbo jumbo? Of course you don’t, but you know now. Well, I’ve seen just how far I’ve grown when I can actively join in with discussion, while I watched the new MA students (I was one of them, one time!) sheepishly sink down into their chairs and watch the scene unfold from the sidelines.


Southern coast of Ireland

A travel blog entry by shirleynaomi


... on his driving trip! Leonie and Glenn are spending the morning looking at some things before meeting up with us along the way. We head to Macroom on the N 22, with the weather a bit brighter today, the sun is actually trying to shine through the heavy cloud. We stopped in a beautiful little town of Macroom, and around one of the back lanes discovered Bealick Mill, an old water mill nestled alongside a small river.we drive through back roads ...

Gorgeous Galway

A travel blog entry by kh2

... and shale laid down 300million years ago when Ireland was south of the equator. Further north the vast limestone fields dominate the landscape. These are basically huge exposed rocky outcrops and hills with no trees, little grass or any other form of vegetation. Truly unique but beautiful. Lunch and shopping at Galway which was packed with locals and tourists alike. ...

Caisleán Bhun Raithe

A travel blog entry by sandysteffens


... the gilt and paintings you see in Bavarian castles. It's very interesting to see how different they all are. We walked around the town taking in the scenery and, of course, taking pictures. I love the way the ivy grows on the outside of the homes here - that and the colored doors make it look so inviting.

Since we didn't have the same interests in for dinner, we split up and went looking for food. We checked several pubs ...

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