Rosses Point Caravan and Camping Park
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Day 2 Drove to marble arch caves and went on hike within a cave and a short boat ride Drove to donegal and ate at the blueberry café Drove to slieve league which had a murderous sheep we were chased by Gave a ride to a guy named Patrick to donegal who apparently is a tourist that likes to bike ...
... the time off, no bother. Said and done; with absolutely no time to spare I booked my trip to Tanzania. I will be doing medical volunteer work for 5 weeks with International Volunteer HeadQuarter, IVHQ.
I am childishly excited about this and equally freaked out that I will mess things up royally and be the most stupid person to ever set foot in Arusha. An achievement in it self I suppose. Anyways, join me in my adventure on the blog or on Twitter (msJoCed)
... as it was a sheer drop on the other side. From the steep side it looked like a man-made castle wall. There was a path leading further around the headland so we walked as far as possible before it was blocked off due to landslides. At least the wind was less on this side of the headland. We probably walked about 3kms, including the return journey to the carpark.
We drove back into Bushmills to see if we could buy some postcards, but the village was mostly ...
... Yeats is laid.An ancestor was rector thereLong years ago, a church stands near,By the road an ancient cross.No marble, no conventional phrase;On limestone quarried near the spotBy his command these words are cut:Cast a cold eyeOn life, on death.Horseman, pass by!”
Saint Columcille, is also commenerated here with a statue located in the church yard.There is also a cafe and gallery located on the grounds and large car park.
... to be four or more the results can be devastating, probably more so with the wet in Bundaberg, but still four days without rain here in Ireland is nearly a drought.
More abbeys, more castles, even one castle that became an abbey and a statue of John Wayne and Maureen O’hare thrown in for good measure, all in the tipping rain; It bucketed down all day: the statue was in a place called Cong (sounds more Vietnamese that Irish), it’s where ...
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