Katie O'Connors Holiday Hostel

Address: 50 Frances Street, Kilrush, County Clare, Ireland | Hostel
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      Ring of Kerry

      A travel blog entry by apguastaferro on Feb 15, 2013

      27 photos

      ... bright and early, ate breakfast, and headed to Valentia Island. Unfortunately the weather was pretty ******, but I tried not to let it ruin the entire day.Our first stop on the island was the trans-atlantic cable site which was beautiful, despite the mass amounts of fog. We then headed to the Fogher Cliffs, which is a lookout point on the island, but before this we got a chance to see baby cows on a farm near Fogher and took mass amounts of pictures of them. After ...

      Go Mall: driving in Ireland

      A travel blog entry by melissaandalex on Oct 19, 2012

      ... seat, as well as comments from Alex. The first hurdle to get over when driving in Ireland is that you're on the other side. You drive on the left side and the driver sits on the right. Alex says the hardest part about this is overcoming the habit of looking to the right to check your rear view mirror. Speaking of mirrors, since some of these roads are so narrow, it's all about using your mirrors and making small adjustments to ...

      When the journey is the destination

      A travel blog entry by melissaandalex on Oct 18, 2012

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      What made the experience along the Ring of Kerry less than ideal is that it is so popular. We are visiting in the off-season, so we aren't facing the same kind of crowds you would see in the summer, but we still passed 6 coach buses in Killarney National Park, and it is no easy feat to pull over for those monsters on these tiny roads. Also, some of the beauty was disrupted by the many tourist ...

      The Aran Islands

      A travel blog entry by monnat07 on May 30, 2012

      53 photos

      ... 8220;Most people that live here were born here.”

      “Me too.” Said the younger man. “But a lot of people have moved back here from the U.S. recently. Tourism has created a big business and more people can support themselves now.”

      “How many people live here?” I asked.

      “Two hundred.” The older man said. “We have forty five kids in the primary school.” Pointing at the two-room schoolhouse as we passed ...

      Seeing the Burren and heading to Ennis

      A travel blog entry by gluxonthego on Jul 09, 2011

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... figured that L meant Lane. It was very narrow, and I mean narrow. There was a church ruin that I wanted to go to. Greg wanted to stop at the Burren perfumery but I didn't want to because I was concerned that I would start having trouble breathing- so we didn't. We headed down an even smaller lane towards the church. We had the windows down as it was a gorgeous day and I was taking pictures. When we parked, I felt something sting my left leg. I lifted the ...