Moy House

Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lahinch

NUIG - What they didn't tell you in orientation

A travel blog entry by kwichman


... have two guys on guitar playing whatever they feel like. Galway is also very safe city. The streets of the town center are always filled with people throughout the night. I live very close to all the pubs on the west side of Galway (from what I hear this is where the locals hang out).

Secondly, when picking a study abroad program I wanted someplace English speaking so I would not have to deal with the additional burden of learning a new language. I ...

Day 12... Segways and a Tattoo

A travel blog entry by taralynne


... me and my family. A lot to take hold of from a great great ancestor's decision that does indeed impact future generations. A very sobering experience and thankful that they actually did. So that was my day today. Enjoying the sights and sounds. Getting a tour on a friggen awesome segway tour of some of the historical points of this great city that were around back then and before. Tour the city streets, and see some of the established shops and buildings ...

Cashel, Co. Galway

A travel blog entry by tomodea


Typical Irish summer day. The temperature did hover around 16 deg C but was usually a couple of degrees less and there were only a few heavy showers during the day.

Our first stop was Kylemore Abbey. This estate was developed in the late 1800s by Mitchell Henry for his family. He is still very well regarded in the area even though he ran out of money by the early 1900s. He tried to sell the estate to King Edward VII who apparently ...

Their weather prediction was correct

A travel blog entry by marklacey


... were difficult to see out of because of all the rain so we definitely didnt get as good of a tour as we could have.

By the time we got back, people just wanted to get in dry clothes and lay around. I wound up walking around Dublin and getting some coffee at a local cafe with Jake and Camille. Because we were such fans, the entire group went back to Hole ...

Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by pyres


... from certain death and stared down from the top of the cliffs.

After a stroll along the edge of the cliffs, we went back to the car and drove off in search of a place to spend the night. Eventually we found a nice Bed & Breakfast place, run by a nice lady, who let us in a family room at a family rate (much lower than ...

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