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En Route to Kilkenny, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

En Route to Kilkenny

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More Days in Brief, Galway, Ireland travel blog

More Days in Brief

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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Lunch with Katherine and Megan was enjoyable, but it lacked the magic of Tig Coili or the depth of the previous day's conversation. Then I went hunting for a room (henceforth referred to as "flat-hunting"). In Galway, this involves getting the ...

A few Irish suprises in Cork, Cork, Ireland travel blog

A few Irish suprises in Cork

A travel blog entry by zento

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... ; One thing you must keep in mind if you ever go to Ireland: it's expensive.  And Cork being the second largest city in Ireland was also expensive.  After a brief walking tour of the Cork's centre and a few of her churches, we searched for a ...

Right to the Liffey, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Right to the Liffey

A travel blog entry by off_road_clara

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... were good enough. You'd made the grade, passed the test. I have never felt so non-threatened and happy in such a space. Oh Ireland, you wonderful land of happy souls. By 4am the night was coming to a close. The streets were empty and I had to head ...

all things Irish, Galway, Ireland travel blog

all things Irish

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... That soon changed though...by 11am the streets were getting filled with people wearing all things Irish. I broke down and bought an Ireland soccer shirt. The parade started at 12:30pm and was alright - most the bands were little kids with the exception ...

Killing Time, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Killing Time

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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... I'm not confirmed as a Lutheran, let alone a Catholic; plus I can't eat the wafer anyway.) So my first church experience in Ireland was distinctly un-spiritual. I returned to the hostel tired, and lay on my bunk for a while and read a book I had ...

Wandering around Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Wandering around Dingle

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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... other side of the harbour, but those few glimmered over the water through the darkness. A quiet evening in a small town in Ireland. Back at the B&B, I hung around in the living room area for a while, watching TV ("telly") with the proprietors. The ...

Country side Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Country side Ireland

A travel blog entry by clintonb

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... ha!  (thank you traffic lights). So this is where I'm writing this entry, on the bus.  Apparently the most bars in Ireland is in Cork.  I've been doing quite alot of drinking and socialising at bars since I've met up with Matty!  ...

Cliffs of Moher, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... driving all day) but I really appreciated his excellent service. A great guy. The highlight of today... and of all of Ireland... has been walking along the Cliffs at Moher. This sight rates up there with Tiger Leaping Gorge as being the best scenery ...

Tra la la la lee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Tra la la la lee

A travel blog entry by kiemce

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So early in my trip, and already I've lost all concept of dates, space and time. I managed to arrive in Tralee a day earlier than I had booked, but once I'd calmed down the Latvian girl looking after the hostel she found a spare bed for me so I was saved ...

The Gift of Gab and the Fear of God, Galway, Ireland travel blog

The Gift of Gab and the Fear of God

A travel blog entry by danblank

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... has been shot. Instead all I hear is Adrian giggling his ass off and this time taking credit for his work. And now, back in Ireland, he was at his scramble-for-the-window, morning glory finest. But the real threat was behind the wheel. Since Adrian had ...

A Kiss for the Gift of Gab, Cork, Ireland travel blog

A Kiss for the Gift of Gab

A travel blog entry by zento

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... peculiarly shaped moss covered rocks forming a cave called the Witches Kitchen.  It is believed the first settlers of Ireland dwelled in these caves.   Ed and I explored the glade and its extravagant vegetation within every corner and nook, ...

Spiddal, Ireland, Spiddal, Ireland travel blog

Spiddal, Ireland

A travel blog entry by akawally

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... that evening, but they seemed too busy. We ended up grabbing a light dinner in a pub and turning in early. Driving in Ireland was pretty intimidating at first. Laura was very helpful, and reminded me to think differently at every turn. At my age, ...

Cliff of Moher, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Cliff of Moher

A travel blog entry by yah27

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... to experience the countryside and I picked Galway. Galway is a beautiful, little town with cobbled streets on the west coast of Ireland. While roaming through the city, I met Ken by luck who happened to be a tour guide for Galway. Friendly and helpful ...

A Glipmse of Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Ireland travel blog

A Glipmse of Kilkenny

A travel blog entry by zento

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... I personally find it revolting.  However, there is world-known myth which claims that Guinness is only worth drinking in Ireland, a puzzle which I had to investigate.   After my first sip I was pleasantly surprised at the thick but cool ...

My Future, Galway, Ireland travel blog

My Future

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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... 're so close!) In 1 year ...I'll have left Ireland. If current plans hold, I'll be in the U.K. somewhere (possibly Northern Ireland!). Another new life, job, friends, city, home, stimulation. Maybe I'll be published by then, and Arvin and I will ...

Easter in Belfast, Belfast, Ireland travel blog

Easter in Belfast

A travel blog entry by itsem

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On Easter Sunday we signed up for a tour driving us around the Murals. We had asked at the tourist information place about how to get there and they told us it was "too dangerous" and we must do it on a tour. I'm still wondering if they got a kick back ...

En Route to London, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

En Route to London

A travel blog entry by zento

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Goodbye UK, Hello Ireland, Kilkenny, Ireland travel blog

Goodbye UK, Hello Ireland

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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Today was huge... another goodbye, a car breakdown, a long delay on Heathrow's runway, and another country. Who said travelling was easy? I've now left the safe and comfortable surroundings of Cheam and am now in Kilkenny, several hours south of ...

Dublin pin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin pin

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Cork pin, Cork, Ireland travel blog

Cork pin

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wander and ponder (part II), Dublin, Ireland travel blog

wander and ponder (part II)

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... bottles, hostels recycling) but not great. I'll have to see what the rest of Europe is like. * The situation in Northern Ireland still seems messy despite there being a peace agreement. There's a lot of tension between the Protestants and Catholics. Both ...

The real Lords of the Dance, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The real Lords of the Dance

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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Festive town south of Ireland, Cork, Ireland travel blog

Festive town south of Ireland

A travel blog entry by clintonb

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... ; started drinking ourselves silly.  Haha, funny thing - we didnt exactly have a fridge to cool our drinks in, but because were in Ireland, and its so bloody cold at night, we had a window seal on an angle.  Not a big window seal, so we managed ...

Admitted to the Intensive Care Unit, Cork, Ireland travel blog

Admitted to the Intensive Care Unit

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... ranging in dates from the 1500s to the current century... one family had centuries attached to it. I am thoroughly enjoying exploring Ireland's history. I'm in Cork now and it definitely has a much better feel to it. The hostel I'm staying at is ...

Ready again..... this one's gonna be big, I hope, Wicklow, Ireland travel blog

Ready again..... this one's gonna be big, I hope

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

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... , what of the trip itself? Well plans change and mine certainly always seem to. But as things stand at the moment I'll be leaving Ireland for Tokyo, Japan, on July 11th. Assuming I've any money left after that it'll be onto South Korea for the third time ...

Dun Aengus/Dun Aonghasa, Kilronan,  Inishmore, Aran Islands, Ireland travel blog

Dun Aengus/Dun Aonghasa

A travel blog entry by wonderer

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... I tend to do it more than phoning because it's cheaper, especially if you're on the same network. There are three networks in Ireland.) All I really knew was that the dampness of the island was getting to me, and I didn't want to bother packing up all ...

One Week To Go!!!, Belfast, Ireland travel blog

One Week To Go!!!

A travel blog entry by andy_jillian

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So, it's only a week away... As the first entry of our brand new internet diary, we feel we should explain all. On 18th May, 2004, Andy and I decided that, what the hell, let's do it, don't wait any longer, let's just go... We called into the ...

Meandering the Streets of Galway, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Meandering the Streets of Galway

A travel blog entry by onceinalifetime

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... every last piece of their sweet Irish heritage on street corners, but at the same time, this is one place where Ireland's heritage continues to thrive. Kids are shuttled here during summers to receive training in their country's history, Irish dancing, ...

Corked, Cork, Ireland travel blog

Corked

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... is only 240ish K's back to Dublin, but with the way the roads are here, it took around three and a half hours, and this being Ireland, it also pissed down on the way back !!! And was this the equal of Dublin? Well it was loads smaller, but the prices ...

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