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Travel Blogs from Ennis

Travels to Cork

A travel blog entry by bkonkol


... language barrier here. I was wrong.

On Tuesday we left to visit Cork. Cork is beautiful! I had such a great time! I would love to live there if I could (I imagine I'm going to be saying that a lot in the next 7 weeks). The bus ride took about 2 1/2 hours and we slept most of the way. When we got there we started walking around Cork. It is a great city! The shops were adorable. We walked around Cork for awhile and ate at this adorable Pub in ...

Dealing with a pocketful of Shrapnel

A travel blog entry by fendall


... this failed, in that the non-Irish visitors and tourists did not take to the change, and eventually, the signs reverted back to Dingle.

We stopped on the side of the Dingle Bay along a hillside with some bee hive shaped stone buildings in the field, that dated back to the bronze era. The construction of the houses did not included mortar or anything to keep them together, and yet they water and wind proof. There was a house on the property ...

Emmas Wedding :o) A big Irish affair!

A travel blog entry by bobbette


... another windy car ride for photos, Rachael and I were hiding inside of a museum to get shelter from the whether. We then carried on for about another hour of countryside to a beach hotel for the reception. Now this hotel was kitted out! It turned out four weddings over that weekend! It was unbelievable how well they had the service fine tuned!

One of the biggest differences I noticed between the Aussie wedding to an Irish wedding is the length of the celebrations. ...


A travel blog entry by han.watts


... of your soul in Ireland. The people of the land keep it safe for you, or if you decide you want it back you can return in 20 years and put your feet back in the same place, it it will be returned to you. Putting my own beliefs about souls aside, it made sense to do it.
I feel as though part of my heart has already belonged here for the last 20 years, so why not leave part of my soul here for the next 20.

I know I'll be back for it.


Irish Hospitality

A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent


... for) and ate lunch in the cozy bar. We were really tired, so a nap was in order.

At about 5:15, one of our colleagues at the University of Limerick, Declan Phillips, came to get us along with his two youngest daughters from his family of six children and gave us a tour of the campus and a little taste of the city of Limerick. Then we went to his home where we met his wife Sarah who made a fantastic meal of mixed greens with fried ...


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