Humewood Castle

Address: Kiltegan, County Wicklow, Ireland | Castle
 
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This castle, located in Kiltegan, is near Browne's Hill Dolmen.
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Travel Blogs from Kiltegan

Day 8: traveling to Southern Ireland

A travel blog entry by stephygirl on Aug 15, 2014

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This morning we woke up and got onto the bus to start our travel down to Southern Ireland. The countryside is similar to England and Wales, except for the land is divided up by small trees and bushses. Another thing I noticed is every so often there is a light house looking building. Our tour guide told us that these buildings were created centuries ago by the people of the area incase an intruder came into a home, the family could go into their ...

Long day of travelling!

A travel blog entry by andyandaisling on Jul 18, 2014

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After a late night of goodbyes and last minute packing and an early alarm, we made it to the airport thanks to our good friend, Ian doing the airport taxi run. There was still panic to come as we had to convince security that it was ok to bring 20 syringes in a homemade cool pack inboard the flight without the official letter ...

Gaol, GAA, and Dublin

A travel blog entry by pasinas on Jul 02, 2014

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Our host Ger took us to a local supermarket where we were set to meet up with the rest of the group for the days adventures. Having a homestay where the families drop us off to meet the rest of the delegation during the day then pick us up at the end of the day is not what I am used to. Usually, we see the students off for the homestay, and we don't see them again until the home stay is over. Our first stop was Phoenix Park where our coach driver, George, ...

First day on the road

A travel blog entry by roadmonkey on May 22, 2014

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... consequences....well, so far anyway. Drove south from Dublin to Glendalough, the ruins of a 6th century Christian ecclesiatical settlement. There was a stone church and some other buildings, a cemetery and a superb round 100' bell tower which is completely in tact. It was a delightful short walk along and over a small river and then back to the car. Everything is so beautiful and green (many shades of green) and it is the end of spring so ...

Made it to Dublin!

A travel blog entry by lchsinstmusic on Mar 13, 2014

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We arrived in Dublin at 5:30 am local time (what's with these early times). I guess that's still 10 pm California time. I think the most sleep anyone got was 3-4 hours (average was 1-2), so we are all tired and bleary eyes. But we press one and see the sights of Dublin. Good thing we took pictures so we could remember that it really happened and it wasn't a dream. We will have a restful afternoon, dinner and a good night sleep and then more fun ...