Travel Blogs from Ireland

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Nearing the end of the Irish cycling..., Westport, Ireland travel blog

Nearing the end of the Irish cycling...

A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs

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After a quick breakfast and more 'tinker craic', we jumped on our bikes and headed south-east, to Westport.  The ride was beautiful and largely uneventful, with good weather. I've posted some pictures of what we saw along the way. Westport was a ...

Beach bumming, Goa - from Ireland to India to Israel!, India travel blog

Beach bumming

A travel blog entry by kathryn

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Polly and I sadly said our farewells to Sara as she headed to Dubai -  the trio was no more. We caught the overnight train from Cochin to the main station in Goa State.  The luxury of first class was not ours for this journey and we settled ...

connemara national park, Letterfrack, Ireland travel blog

connemara national park

A travel blog entry by wandergal

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gitarella al parco nazionale del connemara e notte all'old monastery hostel...davvero un posto ...

Day one, the first real one that is, Killarney, Ireland travel blog

Day one, the first real one that is

A travel blog entry by vanderkansie

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... Imagine Mommy drinking a 10.5 hr energy drink, we will see if Daddy can keep it up. Yesterday started of very shaky, in true Ireland fashion we arrived in a light drizzle. We got a brand new Toyota Yaris, first people to drive it. We did one upgrade from ...

Killkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland travel blog

Killkenny

A travel blog entry by lynda.30

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Rock of Cashel and Waterford Crystal, Kilkenny, Ireland travel blog

Rock of Cashel and Waterford Crystal

A travel blog entry by ronandbarb

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... from 300 to 1100 AD. This impressive structure is called the “Rock of Cashel” . The scenery in this part of Ireland reminds me of our part of Wisconsin; the terrain is very similar except for the hedgerows along the roads . Saw quite a few ...

Able to breathe again, Shillelagh, Ireland travel blog

Able to breathe again

A travel blog entry by vetliz

Yes, the building is complete, and I am at home in The Loft.  (Actually, there is one day left where the builders are going to finish various bits and pieces, and I'm going to give them lunch.  A big thing for me, who used to steal their ...

Traveling is the hardest part of traveling, Rosslare to Killarney, Ireland travel blog

Traveling is the hardest part of traveling

A travel blog entry by eshortworldwide

... a lot of people. I arrived last night at 6:00 in Rosslare, and it was an adventure. Now, there are only a handful of places in Ireland where you can arrive by ferry, and from what I understand, Rosslare is one of the bigger ones. I hadn't had a chance to ...

May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks.

A travel blog entry by sarveraj

... said there was nothing they could do. So, we booked a flight to Sweden. Sweden will be my next entry. :) Things I loved about Ireland: People putting "love" at the end of their sentences. "Excuse me Love", "What can I get ya Love?" I think I ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by krb2g

... discreet). Interestingly enough, they were both more simple tending toward romanesque in style; I wonder if gothic made it to Ireland. Then to the Dublin Castle. The "castle" bit is misleading, more like State apartments; but very tastefully furnished, ...

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