Teach Na Tra

Address: Callowfeeninh, Carna, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Callowfeeninh, Carna, is near Gallarus Oratory and Roundstone Music & Crafts.
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      ARAN ISLAND

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... all decided that whoever had it before, had smoked in the bathroom so the alarm wouldn't go off. The receptionist told us how people even tie plastic bags over the alarms so they can smoke. Left our bags at reception as room not ready. Had a look at a couple of shops - only two there! Mainly Aran jerseys, which none of us would wear at home, no fine knitting, all cables. Beautiful work, mittens, gloves, jerseys, hoodies, divine buttoned capes (mum, I wouldn't wear it at ...

      CONG/INIS MOR, ARAN ISLANDS.

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 18, 2014

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      ... more, but the Bank was soooo slow, one teller on, that time was short. So retraced a bit then turned and passed thru the most amazing landscape scenery once again, rugged, wild, massive jagged worn stones, lots of loughs, lakes, to us, but far too many, just massive huge puddles. Then the peat again. 16*. This drive was a wilderness of its own. People kept saying have you been thru connemara, now know why. Made it to the ferry ...

      Aran Islands

      A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Jul 26, 2013

      ... followed us around for a while it was lovely and I was really enjoying it until we came to a set of hills which I was struggling with, If its one thing I've learnt on this trip it's that I'm not the fittest chick going around, so by the third hill I jumped off and pushed the bloody thing. Next hill we came to K-Mac said you are really struggling what gear have you got it in? Me... What it has gears lol I was ...

      Inishmore

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jun 19, 2013

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      ... in the tenth century. It draws crowds but is a reasonable 3 euro to go in. It's enough of a hike from the visitors' centre that on my way down I spotted 3/4 of a family laughing while their daughter stopped in partly-mock disgust at the length of the walk ahead. Those less sure of foot struggle, too, as the path steepens at the top, so any willingness to become a human bannister finds plenty of takers.

      The fort is three sided, with the cliff edge the fourth. ...

      The Big Island

      A travel blog entry by mcnamarakat on Jun 17, 2013

      For the second day of our journey, we wanted to get away from it all. Inishmore is the biggest of the Aran Islands known for staying the most traditional and mythical Ireland. We took a ferry from Rossaveal to Inishmore and found the 9km island charming. Horse and carriage tours were an option for exploring but we chose bikes. Our selected bike path took us on the seal trail where we passed miles and miles of stone walls. There were sheep, cows, ...