Glin Castle

Glin, County Limerick, Ireland | Castle
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Killarney - Ireland

A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 05, 2014

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... entered Kylemore she didn't realise that this was not the location of the Abbey, but a town, and it was well over100km away. Of course we didn't realise this until we arrived at the address. Cross that off today's sightseeing list. We then headed for the next destination which was Galway. From preparation I imagined this to be a small seaside resort like Rosebud or Sorrento. Wrong. It was a very busy, quite large town that was packed with ...

I hiked up a freaking mountain!

A travel blog entry by tabbercat on Feb 17, 2013

22 photos

... beneath me and I land on my butt and slide another 5 feet forward. I also hit my elbow on the way down and as the leader guy is trying not to laugh and I am like what the hell just happened, I realize my elbow hurts. So some guys help me up and my elbow is definitely hurting which ruins a bit of the day.

I was able to make my way all the way down the mountain and I am feeling better. We get back on the bus AND the ...

Encounters and Farewells

A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 14, 2012

... to go home, but not until my friend’s mom cooked a nice curry lunch. I grabbed the bus and 2.5 hours later was at UL where I left the bus to find my other friend from the states who flew in that morning. We caught up for a few hours until I at last headed back home to study for my viva voce which was the next morning!!!!

Tuesday morning, insert viva voce here. Tuesday afternoon, insert banging Live and Let Die on the piano with my Ritual Chant friend after we ...

Never an iron could hold, THIS wild colonial boy!

A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on May 20, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

... this when we got to the hostel. Back to Dingle. The town is in one of Ireland's native speaking areas, the language is called Gaeilge. The government actually gives out monetary grants to these areas for the people to live and breath their Irish heritage, now thats a place to live. Dingle is famous at present for its 28 year old dolphin named Fungie, a wild dolphin that lives in the bay all on its own. For years it comes up to boats and greets ...

Bones and Things

A travel blog entry by melepua on Dec 14, 2011

1 comment

... of 8:30, ready to explore Tipperary, an inland county, and the impressive Rock of Cashel. The scenery on the bus ride was gorgeous. Hills and forests and lakes and all things lovely. We exited our first bus in a town called Cahil. We had about 40 minutes to kill, so we walked across the street and entered a castle ruin that just happened to be sitting there, beckoning us. 1 euro got us in. Out we went again, onto the next bus for about 15 minutes ...

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