Shanlee B&B

Address: Ennis, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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Surfin' & Galway

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 19, 2014

1 comment, 52 photos

... to call out to me to turn around! turn around! Regardless, the kids both had a great time and despite being exhausted after 2 hours wanted to go again ! They saw more jellyfish in the water. Apparently, the brown ones are stinging but the round purple ones you can pick up and toss like a ball, which Derek did while they were out there. Daniel also had the chance to kick a common weever fish while out there... payback! After bringing the board back up and changing back ...


A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jul 10, 2014

2 photos

... starting with M for motorway, N for National route, R for Regional Road or L for Local Road. These scenic routes are usually R (Regional) roads. Tom will no longer take L roads which are even narrower and sometimes have grass growing down the middle of them. We have seen tractors, usually large and towing a heavy load, on all these roads, even sometimes on the Motorways. Tractors are excellent at allowing one to ...

Travels to Cork

A travel blog entry by bkonkol on Oct 29, 2013

30 photos

This week has been filled with new experiences and great memories. I cannot believe that I have seen so much in such a short amount of time. On Sunday night my homestay sisters and I went out to explore Ennis. We went to a pub for food and to meet up with other exchange students from Germany. This might be a weird thing to notice, but the smells here are different. Pub's, in the US are normally dirty and typically used for drinking. In Ireland Pubs are ...

Dealing with a pocketful of Shrapnel

A travel blog entry by fendall on Jul 20, 2013

63 photos

... cross with St. Brigid. The story goes that one of the pagan chieftains from the area of Kildair was dying. Brigid was sent for in order to talk to him about Christianity. When she arrived, he was delierious, and it seemed that it was going to be impossible for her to talk with him. Brigid sat down alongside his bed and began consoling him. She found some reeds on the dirt floor and started to weave them into a cross. The sick man asked what she was doing. ...

Emmas Wedding :o) A big Irish affair!

A travel blog entry by bobbette on May 29, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... are talking at a much faster speed to me right from the start and I have to retune to be at the same speed, meanwhile during this process I've missed what they were saying. Now this isn't all the time, but it is a lot more difficult when people start off talking fast. (Now I really hope anyone saying this is thinking to themselves, yes I have that sometimes, it must be normal! Like that's normal right????)

So now imagine, a very small Irish local country town pub. Not a ...

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