Travel Blogs from Ireland

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School days at St. Oliver's, Killarney, Ireland travel blog

School days at St. Oliver's

A travel blog entry by fingecl

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St. Oliver's Primary International School has over 42 different nationalities represented there. After Irish class (Gaelic), we made Rice Krispie Buns in the Senior Infant class. The principal, Mr. Darcy, holds an assembly in the Halla (gym) at least ...

Bua na cainte. (The Gift of the Gab), Ulster Ireland, United Kingdom travel blog

Bua na cainte. (The Gift of the Gab)

A travel blog entry by gouldfish

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... arrived approximately 1100. English armies under Elizabeth introduced their English lifestyles onto the 'backwards' Irish people.  Ireland, being a Catholic country, and the English, who eventually turned to Protestantism. King James II stood up ...

The West, Galway, Ireland travel blog

The West

A travel blog entry by marjorie

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Out of time, just photos, stories to ...

Thanksgiving in the Motherland [Day 70], Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Thanksgiving in the Motherland [Day 70]

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity

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[Day 71], Dublin, Ireland travel blog

[Day 71]

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity

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[Day 72], Dublin, Ireland travel blog

[Day 72]

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity

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[Day 73], Dublin, Ireland travel blog

[Day 73]

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity

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Kilarney Castle and Dunmore Caves, Killarney, Ireland travel blog

Kilarney Castle and Dunmore Caves

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather

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We stopped by Kilarney castle (as it is another heritage site and we were trying to make the most of our cards). It was nice, part of the same family (the Butlers) as some of the other sites. You can see it was lived in until recently. The rooms are all ...

Dubliner, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dubliner

A travel blog entry by soohyung

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When I found out that high speed ferries ply the Irish Sea in less than two hours, I could not resist heading to the Emerald Isle for another stamp in the passport. Took a train from Paddington to Holyhead Wales then took the Irish Ferry across. Due ...

Green, Wet Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Green, Wet Ireland

A travel blog entry by wichitap2p

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... which is exactly what I am doing after I finish this sentence. Day 3 by Hunter: The wear and tear of the flights to Ireland have finally decided to relinguish the attitudes and minds fo the delegates who got a good night's sleep last night.  We awoke ...

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