Travel Blogs from Doolin, Ireland

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the Cliffs of Insanity!, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

the Cliffs of Insanity!

A travel blog entry by 2totango

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... nbsp; So instead, they made them work for it.  Since they didn't want the work to actually benefit the infrastructure of Ireland or help in anyway, they had them build walls to nowhere.  Many of the walls are partially built because the ...

Aran Islands, Kilronan, Ireland travel blog

Aran Islands

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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Ahh nature. The aran islands are a set of three islands off the galway coast in the Atlantic. It is stunningly beautiful and eerily desolate at the same time. The island is covered with limestone slates and is filled with walls of stones that the farmers ...

The Roller Coaster, Doolin and Kilrush, Ireland travel blog

The Roller Coaster

A travel blog entry by jesshiggins

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... Scott and Jamie are totally unimpressed), and my body was tired. So I skipped the Burren and boycotted walking for the day. Because it's Ireland, I still walked several miles--to the harbor, to the grocery store, to the pub. But I spent most of the day ...

Notes About Irish, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Notes About Irish

A travel blog entry by travel_lover87

... been converted into a B&B in Doolin.  There everywhere and seem to bring the older clientele naturally. -Beautiful Countryside: As I said in my Doolin write-up, I have a trip in the future that involves me and a bike going around Ireland.  ...

A long but great day!, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

A long but great day!

A travel blog entry by drbrn60

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... referred to as “The Cliffs of Insanity”. The cliffs rise over 600 feet out of the Atlantic Ocean. They are one of Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions and it is easy to see why. We arrived at the cliffs at 9:00 AM, right when ...

cliffs, rain, and a lot of kilometers, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

cliffs, rain, and a lot of kilometers

A travel blog entry by pshemek

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Due to a lack of internet in the various towns on the way coupled with a long holiday weekend in Ireland which resulted in the closing of luxury tourist necessities such as the web, I have been unable to update my blog. Rest assured as I took notes along ...

Ireland, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Ireland

A travel blog entry by samplum

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... so far behind in reporting what I've been up to so I'm just going to start with today. I'm sitting on an island in Ireland! It's called Inisheer. I caught a ferry here this morning from the little town called Doolin that I've been staying at. The ferry ...

The best B&B yet!, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

The best B&B yet!

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron

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... told us we really should look at the Burrens, although it would entail a drive up to Poulnabrone and back again.  She also suggested Doolin as a great place to stay the night before taking a ferry to "do" the Ring of Kerry.  I hadn't been ...

Day 1 of the bus trip, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Day 1 of the bus trip

A travel blog entry by zoharl

Got a new 'boyfriend' in Ryan courtesy of Irish women's interference, while Phil learned to ...

Bull at Large, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Bull at Large

A travel blog entry by marjorie

A few weeks have passed without my so much as looking at my travelpod. At the moment I am romping around the west coast of Ireland. No plan, no problem. I tend to decide where I am going every day on the basis of what yer man in the pub recommended the ...

Cliffs of Moher tour, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Cliffs of Moher tour

A travel blog entry by neason

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... to the way all the post cards are! we spent some quality time in the gift shop then drove down the road to the small town of doolin for lunch. we had a few stops on the way back to galway at some smaller cliffs and at a castle. it was a really good tour ...

Ireland -- Amazing!, Kilarney, Ireland travel blog

Ireland -- Amazing!

A travel blog entry by whatboundaries

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... everywhere! We got kissed by a Bog Pony and had a baby Donkey come running over to have his head scratched :-) The people of Ireland were amazing -- both in the cozy towns and in the hostels. So many smiling faces! Our hostel in Kilarney was once a ...

Can you say, BLAST!!!, Leaving Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Can you say, BLAST!!!

A travel blog entry by thegordongirls

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... ...We had an incredible time with the locals..pure CRAIC...that means good times in Gaelic :) The Gordon Girlies were treated very well in the lovely town of Doolin. We will never forget it...It was the perfect town to begin our Ireland journey in. ...

Day 6: Galway and the Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Day 6: Galway and the Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks

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... you could see the coastline and little thatched cottages were everywhere. Everyone is right when they say that the West coast of Ireland is the most beautiful. I could tell we weren’t far from the Gaeltacht, I was seeing more and more Gaeilge-only ...

saved by the family, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

saved by the family

A travel blog entry by elizabethlb

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... ' want to make, it was FABULOUS. Tehn the lovely Roush family (patty, dave, and katie) meet us silly browns in DOOLIN. you know you#re in ireland when the only few buildings are pubs, B and Bs, and castles. It was great! we walked in cold weather, ...

The wee village of Doolin(where Guiness is golden), Doolin, Ireland travel blog

The wee village of Doolin(where Guiness is golden)

A travel blog entry by travelbrooks

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... It was a great night listening to traditional Irish music and drinking Guiness -- which tastes amazing in Ireland but crappy everywhere else. Even Rebecca was hooked. Doolin gets really dark at night (it being only a small village with no street lamps) ...

Doolin!, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Doolin!

A travel blog entry by ssarkar88

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... the distillery, we headed towards Clonmacnoise where we visited royal limestone tombs near Shannon.  Nearly every castle/cathedral in Ireland is a religious monument or grave site today.  Next, we took a short stop to chase the "ferries and ...

Day 3 : Cliffs of Moher and Doolin, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Day 3 : Cliffs of Moher and Doolin

A travel blog entry by adisyl

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... people have died, we visit the exhibition at the visitor centre, great 3D screening as well rest of the day we stroll around Doolin, great little town, little shops, a few pubs and restaurants, that night we hit the pub, they have traditional Irish music, ...

Wonderful, rainy time on Inisheer Island!, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Wonderful, rainy time on Inisheer Island!

A travel blog entry by ilyaandrebecca

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... at a small cafe, where I got a hot chocolate and Ilya got an ice cream float (with Coke--they don't have Root beer in Ireland).  Visitors can hire a horse & buggy to tour a small part of the island, but we opted to rent bicycles instead.  ...

Dingle to Doolin, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Dingle to Doolin

A travel blog entry by melvic

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... Doolin, a small country town near the coast. It is famous for its Traditional music scene. This was probably our favorite town in Ireland. a population of 600 and about 10 times more tourists, all of which were in the pubs at night. Being a Saturday it ...

Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by marsgrl200

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... finally arrived and it was off to Doolin. Here, I'll make a note about the roads and public transportation in Clare County, Ireland. The county seems to be made up of a whole bunch of small villages spread out over the countryside. The roads were one ...

The Aran Experience, Inishmaan Island, Ireland travel blog

The Aran Experience

A travel blog entry by wolfsea

The next day we headed for the islands, the Aran Islands. Drove for a bit and got onto a catamaran. Ca one hour at sea brought ut to the Inishmaan Island. We hired bikes and cycled all over the island. Saw castles and old farms. Steeep cliffs and ...

Cliffs and Trad, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Cliffs and Trad

A travel blog entry by rovingwerners

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... our next stop which was Daly’s B&B in the little town of Doolin. We knew we were close to the Cliffs of Moher and Doolin is just beyond them, but our GPS took us the “fastest” way--along a road that gave “narrow” a whole ...

Inis Mor, Ireland, Kilronan, Ireland travel blog

Inis Mor, Ireland

A travel blog entry by koehlers

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Here's a quick picture of my helmet. Since I have a small head, I have to wear the children size helmets. The only one that the bike store had was this one, so everyday, I am the fire chief... :) So, once on the island of Inis ...

The Burren Rocks!!!!!!!!, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

The Burren Rocks!!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by thegordongirls

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Another adventuresome day....In fact, I cant say that either one of us have ever had a day quite like today. We started out having a wonderful Irish breakfast at our B&B...The owner, Darra, helped us plan our next travels....we didnt ...

The Irish Country Folk 'n Stuff, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

The Irish Country Folk 'n Stuff

A travel blog entry by travel_lover87

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... self because the hostel was dead.  I woke up feeling super-fantastic and looked out the window to discover the dreariness of Ireland.  Undeterred I set out to rent a bike and go exploring for the day.  I found a cheap bike rental place ...

The Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

The Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by ckodiak

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... ) are: The Rocky Mountains, The Alps, and The Cliffs of Moher. If any of you can make it, it is so worth it to come to Ireland, stay in small town and see the Ring of Kerry, and these cliffs. Just beautiful. There is a trail to walk on, but you are ...

WER, Irish Trekking, Bridal Shops & Job Searches, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

WER, Irish Trekking, Bridal Shops & Job Searches

A travel blog entry by smiling_nomad

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... -trade cause) was incredible, and I would definitely consider running a half-marathon for an agency in the future.  Dripping in Ireland/Surfing in Wales Right after finals, I was able to squeeze in a trip with my friend, Krissy to Ireland (which ...

Doolin nightlife, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Doolin nightlife

A travel blog entry by ckodiak

Doolin is a three pub town. We don't know what it looks like, because it is dark. We did however drive over the Cliffs of Moher in the dark so we don't know what it looks like. We arrive at the hostel that is in my book. It is so awesome. There is a ...

Bikes and Pipes, Ennis, Doolin, Ireland travel blog

Bikes and Pipes

A travel blog entry by melepua

... breeze.  I basked in the warm sun, which turned my face slightly pink (I little crispiness in Ireland?  No way!).  I eventually stumbled back into Doolin and headed straight to a pub for dinner.  Steak and Guinness stew.  It was ...

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