Katie O'Connors Holiday Hostel

Address: 50 Frances Street, Kilrush, County Clare, Ireland | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Kilrush

    I hiked up a freaking mountain!

    A travel blog entry by tabbercat on Feb 17, 2013

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    I am part of the Outdoor Pursuits Club (OPC) and they go on trips to hike up mountains or hills and they go on climbing trips and caving trips. I am not that experienced in climbing and caving, but I did go on a hiking trip to Mangerton Mountain.

    We take a bus an hour and a half away to hike up this mountain side. You cannot even see the top because there is a ton of foggy mist up there but I am like, let's do it! ...

    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 ...

    Wonderful Willie Week Wildness

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Jul 07, 2012

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    ... of Holland,” stating first, “Ok, well I’ve only been here for eleven months [chuckles from the crowd], but I’ve been trying to learn a few traditional songs, so the favorite one that I’ve learned so far,” and began my song. People sang along softly, especially at the end of each verse. I heard a few comments as I sang, “Very pretty,” and “Good girl.” After I finished singing, the home owner, who ...

    Day 208 - 24 September - Hop on Hop off in Galway

    A travel blog entry by wagaitwanderers on Sep 24, 2011

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    ... way which took me through the main street in Ennis town. Walked past The Brewery Pub and heard fiddles and flute music so thought I would pop in and see what was happening. Had to have a drink of course - so sat for a while listening to your truly traditional Irish music played very nicely by about 4 blokes, 3 on fiddles and one on a clarinet.

    David H you and my sister would be loving ...