Travel Blogs from Ireland

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Guinness and Nuns., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Guinness and Nuns.

A travel blog entry by itsem

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Another missed flight (we swear it wasn't our fault) meant a long wait around the airport and a 40 fee to get on the next flight.. Each time we miss something were sure its the last time.. When we finally made it to Dublin we headed off to our ...

Pubbing, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Pubbing

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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I started the day with a late breakfast at The Coffee Club, a cafe that serves gluten-free food (!). (GF-friendly food includes yummy dessert-style bread, GF brownies, soup, sandwiches, eggs, baked potato). Then it went downhill from there with more ...

Guinness 5 conference: Dublin 08, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Guinness 5 conference: Dublin 08

A travel blog entry by technotrekker

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... , but the people and heaving nightlife are certainly great craic. Many thanks to Dave, Lloyd, Tom and Alex for the many medicinal Guinness' we enjoyed and sometimes endured. I'll look forward to coming back one day to explore further afield in ...

Writers, Castles, and Tourist Restaurants, Listowel to Killarney, Ireland travel blog

Writers, Castles, and Tourist Restaurants

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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... ) who became the King of England at the Battle of Hastings in 1066? Well, it took the Normans a little longer to conquer Ireland (until 1169), and in fact they only ever managed to control two-thirds of it. This was because Ireland was not a single ...

Good Conversations with New Friends, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Good Conversations with New Friends

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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... a writer friend in Dublin so would pump him and e-mail me. They both said to stick it out, both in writing and in Ireland. Katherine revealed that when she returns to Canada she is going to study to become a holistic animal doctor, as she feels she has ...

The End of The Story., Derry, Ireland travel blog

The End of The Story.

A travel blog entry by charity_cycle

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Well, the grand tour is all over bar the shouting. Looking back over some of these entries brings back great memories. I'm really glad I kept this, although at time it was hard work, some I wrote when I was tired, some when I was a bit drunk, some when I ...

Peace at Last, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Peace at Last

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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... you. Cindy says she'll always be proud of me. Kim says that no matter what, I'll still have spent two months in Ireland. I talked to Arvin on MSN tonight, and came away feeling peaceful--something that's eluded me for a long time. I don't know what ...

Three Days in Brief, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Three Days in Brief

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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... also thought about my writing career. It occurred to me that I can write travel articles about Canada for papers/magazines in Ireland and the UK, and travel articles about Ireland for markets in Canada and the US. Playing both sides--a sweet position! ...

Return to Galway, Kilronan, Inishmore, Aran Islands, to Galway, Ireland travel blog

Return to Galway

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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I bestowed my birthday flowers on the old lady who helps her daughter run the B&B. (It's a family affair, with the preteen children helping out too.) She was tickled pink. I felt bad letting them go, but her pleasure was worth it. Then I caught the ...

Loving Ireland's History, Cork, Ireland travel blog

Loving Ireland's History

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... where prisoners of the day were kept in rough conditions by today's standards... I'm loving having a car... a real luxury. Ireland is ridicously expensive, and I'd recommend the British Isles only for people with a pressing need or interest AND ...

Last day in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Last day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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Here I am in Dublin... my last day in Ireland. I left my B&B in Ballycarry at 9am this morning, and arrived into Dublin 2 hours later. After dumping my bag in my room, I caught a public bus into the city centre and boarded the city's excellent hop on ...

Still in Cork, Cork, Ireland travel blog

Still in Cork

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... though its been 3 hours since I last ate. It's interesting to see how the quality of accommodation affects you. As I travel through Ireland next week, I think I think I will splurge a little more on B and Bs given that my mood as of late hasn't been the ...

Dublin  - So Long, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin - So Long

A travel blog entry by sunnysean

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Well folks after endless counting down the days, I finally left work Yippeee!!!! Sorry Tom D, you are a nice boss :-) . Here I am, finally writing my inaugural blog. By the time you have read this I shall have cleared all 28 items on my to do list and ...

Dublin, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin, Ireland

A travel blog entry by akawally

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Today we awoke to sunshine, explored more of the coast around Spiddal, and then we had a nice drive back to Dublin. We stopped in Galway (city center) for some shopping (Glad we did, it was a much nicer environment than Dublin, and also more reasonably ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by hancocjb

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Midnight Laundry, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Midnight Laundry

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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Woke up tired again on Wednesday. Went out for breakfast...I've been making sure I get a big breakfast since I never seem to get lunch. Anyway a large, late breakfast is almost as good as lunch. Afterwards I felt like napping but successfully fought ...

Where Are We?, Derry, United Kingdom travel blog

Where Are We?

A travel blog entry by danblank

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... about that. While I'm in tune enough with the political scene to understand that they might not necessarily have a 'Welcome to Northern Ireland' sign or even a 'Welcome to the United Kingdom' sign. But it would be handy if in some form there was ...

Ireland...CHECK!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ireland...CHECK!

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... , we were constantly left in awe of what we saw. I think we took enough pictures to fill a few albums here alone. Ireland feels a little more rustic compared to its polished neighbour to the east. The emphasis on music and their traditional sessions in ...

Irish Music is Great, Killarney, Ireland travel blog

Irish Music is Great

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... in bypassing those countries that are extremely pricey and/or hold little interest for them? But I am enjoying most aspects of Ireland... last night was great. I went to a very Irish pub with traditional music and had quite a few Murphy's beers and ...

Getting hit on...or Not, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Getting hit on...or Not

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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Migraine started. Not feeling well...went on medication and it mostly helped. I got to talk to Arvin on MSN and update this travelogue. Took it easy for the rest of the day. In the evening I went out to Monroe's Pub with Helena (my Swedish ...

Irrrrrland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Irrrrrland

A travel blog entry by kiemce

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... . The rolled up Sinn Fein weekly newspaper was a clue, but when they nearly throttled me when I referred to "The Republic of Ireland" it was a little scary. Fortunately they were well versed in the average Australian's dislike of England so I was off the ...

Newcastle Leaving Do, Newcastle, United Kingdom travel blog

Newcastle Leaving Do

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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Had our Newcastle leaving drinks at Relvolution, a vodka bar in Newcastle. Was a good night and great to spend some social time with a few folks before we leave. We were both pretty drunk on the Saturday night and even had a kebab on the way home! ...

The town of the not very much, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

The town of the not very much

A travel blog entry by kiemce

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... Michelle to take advantage of her hire car and tent to potentially save some euros and take in some of Northern Ireland, while also escaping the suffocating boredom of Ennis. She agreed to trade for my dazzling company and scintillating conversation, so ...

Killarney and Cork, Ireland, Killarney, Ireland travel blog

Killarney and Cork, Ireland

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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... about half way between Killarney and Dublin. Cork is a nice city, home of Murphey's stout and called the "Cultural capitol of Ireland." I thought that it resembled Dublin a lot, but the people were just a little less hurried. Aside from culture and beer, ...

Exploring the big(ish) city of Cork, Killarney to Cork, Ireland travel blog

Exploring the big(ish) city of Cork

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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... flan. Yummy! After supper I meandered back to the centre of town and got waylaid by a movie theatre (called a cinema in Ireland) that was showing Finding Neverland. I felt like going out and doing something that evening, but hadn't been able to find ...

Oh Blarney, Killarney, Ireland travel blog

Oh Blarney

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... kind of undecided as to what I'll do afterwards... probably drive up to Limerick, via the Dingle Peninsula. I'm getting into Ireland... the east coast didn't really do much for me. But the beauty of the southern western coast is definitely setting ...

The Hunt Begins, Galway, Ireland travel blog

The Hunt Begins

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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... up side, we did get to see a lot of Galway, including the local branch of USIT (the office that administers the Work in Ireland program) and a peaceful canal. By the way, one of the banks here is in a very small castle. Also there are long lineups at ...

Poster Day, COHAB, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Poster Day

A travel blog entry by off_road_clara

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I couldn't help but be vocal. I was inspired. Plus I had travelled a long way and was keen to participate. The conference was a mass of minds, all thinking about the concepts of health and biodiversity. It was the first meeting of its kind, and ...

To the Emerald Isle, Shannon, Ireland travel blog

To the Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by off_road_clara

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... was so green. Even from the air it looked like the 'Garden of Eden' I had been told about. Hooray, my first trip to Ireland. Perhaps this was my real family home! My flight had been a blast. I had unwittingly joined a tour group from New Zealand as ...

En Route to Kilkenny, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

En Route to Kilkenny

A travel blog entry by zento

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