Travel Blogs from Ireland

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Last Day of Fun in Ireland, Cork, Ireland travel blog

Last Day of Fun in Ireland

A travel blog entry by efrohoff


... cobbled streets. The city is crowded, and full of Irish accents. The boys continually ask for this and that. "To remember Ireland by." "We don't need every kitschy souvenir in the store to remember this summer," Elizabeth replies. As we walk back towards ...

Bushmills, Bridges and Ballycastle, Ballycastle, Ireland travel blog

Bushmills, Bridges and Ballycastle

A travel blog entry by rovingwerners


... we could see white stones spelling "EIRE".  They were part of "S. S. EIRE" (Saor Stat Eire, Irish Free State), which identiifed Ireland to Nazi bombers as neutral territory.   We went down a trail to see Hell’s Hole, but the tide ...

Wonderful Ireland, Clare, Ireland travel blog

Wonderful Ireland

A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters


... ". Between the large Irish breakfasts and "Tea", we will be skipping dinner for the next few nights. Sheryl Well.. we are finally in Ireland! I am typing this right now, and I am soooooo full. In a moment you will understand. We went and saw some of our ...

And We're Off!, Limerick, Ireland travel blog

And We're Off!

A travel blog entry by melepua

... , but it has a pretty harp on it!  In no time at all, I emerged from the Garda (police) station a legal resident of Ireland! This week I realized just how casual our modules are.  I don't know about the other disciplines, but in the Irish World ...

Visas all here, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Visas all here

A travel blog entry by gearoids


Its been a long stressful four months but worth it , as I finally have all the visas necessary to start this trip. People ask when do I start to feel excited and I think its when I saw my passport getting handed back to me full of these visas is when I ...

Killarney and Waterford, Waterford, Ireland travel blog

Killarney and Waterford

A travel blog entry by loznwayne2euro


... Waterford crystal factory and showroom but resisted the temptation to buy any, too heavy!! Waterford was the first established city in Ireland! The Viking tower was very impressive the mortar was made from hair, blood, lime and clay from the bank built ...

St. Paddy's Day and the Trad Festival, Limerick, Ireland travel blog

St. Paddy's Day and the Trad Festival

A travel blog entry by pckujawa


... trad (traditional) music. Then we hoofed it down to good old Dolan's Pub to listen to more trad and watch the Rugby game (Ireland v. Italy, and Ireland beat down big time). Pints were drank and good times were had by all. So I guess I can't say that I ...

Ballybunion - Old Course, Ballybunion, Ireland travel blog

Ballybunion - Old Course

A travel blog entry by paulstueven


Thursday brought the infamous Ballybunion Old Course. Located an hour and fifteen minutes Northwest from our hotel. Situated in a very shallow harbor, there was virtually no protection from the winds both Thursday and Friday when we played their 'new' ...

Clifden to Galway, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Clifden to Galway

A travel blog entry by carol53


... our lack of research and a realisation that we are not going to see everything we thought we could means no Aran Islands this trip. Ireland is much bigger than we thought but also we are enjoying what we are seeing and don't want to rush things so we are ...

Final Day, Belfast, United Kingdom travel blog

Final Day

A travel blog entry by sproutfamily


Hello, We spent our final day going from "eleven o'clock" (Dunfanaghy) on the island to “three o’clock” (Dublin). This drive took us by the Giants’ Causeway, an amazing geological feature, and Belfast. The Giants Causeway ...

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