Glin Castle

Address: Glin, County Limerick, Ireland | Castle
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    Jagged Beauty

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... layers of grass up we'll find the dark peat below. You can hear the echoes of the sea birds on the small island no more than 30 feet from the cliff top where they roost on the rocks. The birds soar on the breeze. The water is a beautiful blue green, mixed with small white caps from the wind.

    The sheer cliff, makes Elizabeth super nervous. She's not a fan of heights and is worried about the kids, mostly Kaeleb because he wanders and fears he might wander off the ...

    Killarney - Ireland

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

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    ... It seems Bally is a common prefix for towns in Ireland, I asked and it means 'town of'. As we lunched the weather closed in and we left in heavy rain. Not looking good for our next sightseeing selection. It was still another 30 mins to the cliffs so we kept our fingers crossed. Well luck was finally on our side, the rain stopped and blue sky appeared. We walked up to a viewing point took our pictures and hotfooted it back to the car. We still had a ...

    Ring Around the Rosie

    A travel blog entry by bananasplits on Jun 06, 2013

    28 photos

    ... We made one last stop before making it back to Larkinley Lodge. Our last stop was at Torc waterfall. This was short hike in the Killarney National Park. It is set in the mountains overlooking Killarney. The waterfall was really pretty. It reminded us of a smaller version of the Cascades, VA. The thing that we noticed most was that everything was green, not just some things or most things, everything. It was prototypically Irish. It served as a fitting end to our busy day.


    Encounters and Farewells

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 14, 2012

    ... match. This basically means that if you thought Dublin was a madhouse on any normal day, Saturday night was mad times about a billion. I have never seen so many drunk people roaming the streets (save for during festivals) in the wee hours of the night as I have on Saturday. A table of about ten people fired away with their music in this little back room, but a group of what felt like 98 but was really only about 8 Welsh men definitely made their presence known. They were ...

    Limerick Festivities

    A travel blog entry by melepua on May 15, 2012

    ... I found out Thursday night that it was Friday morning. Glad I was already prepared. Then I get to the Academy on Friday morning and still have no clue which classroom I was supposed to be in. Neither did my professors. But no bother. We found a spot and I sang away. For fun, I asked my teacher to sing a duet with me for my third song. I think it was a special treat for my examiners. Yay.

    Backing up a bit, there are a few things worth noting since ...