The Glen Guesthouse
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... my hand was hurting a little after playing for so long. At the end, a few of us played doubles with the trainer that was coaching us through the whole time we played handball and he was my partner playing against two other MU students. He was awesome, he was so nice and encouraging! The last game we played was Gaelic football. This game is sort of like a combination between football, soccer, and basketball. It is unique because you can dribble, you ...
... Medieval monastic settlement founded in
the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest. The ruins and cemetery seem to
hold the energy of its time in spite of the visitors. It could be due to the
setting, so much a part of the raw landscape which supported it and refuses to
be softened and tamed. Then we drove through an area of bleak but beautiful
peat hags called Sally Gap. The moorlands overlooking craggy valleys are simply
... I didn't think a bit of contamination off a schooner glass who hurt too much. Tonight was our last night in the lucky country as tomorrow we were heading to the big smoke of London for 4 nights. Ireland lived up to all my expectations and preconceived ideals about the country, I think it is certainly due for another visit one day and maybe tick off a few more kilometres along the Wild Atlantic Way. The people were friendly, funny and ...
... friendly but always very busy as well. Bump-up all the
time mostly run on the streets of downtown with if they had to run to catch the
last train of the day. Well, as I said before, taken the proper proportions
looks like São Paulo, because they don’t must run, the town is pretty small,
has no traffic, public transportation is perfect (and has wifi, that on my car
The Irish are a people of an interesting quirk, ...
... that takes about 2 seconds because there is no one here. Our flight is the last one out of the airport until the morning and there are only a few people flying on this flight. We shop a little, make our cheese sandwich snacks and hang out before boarding the little, tiny plane with propellers. It is a very short flight, only a little over an hour. We leave early and arrive early into Dublin Airport. After landing we go through passport control before collecting the bags and ...