Tra Na Rosann Hostel

Address: Downings, Downings, County Donegal, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Downings, Downings, is near Doagh Famine Village.
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          A misty morning in Buncrana

          A travel blog entry by dabrowns on Oct 16, 2015

          1 comment, 10 photos

          ... called the 'Wee Free Library" that contained books you could take out and read at a nearby bench should the inclination take you. Quite a few books in there too, a lovely sign of trust and honesty in today's world.

          The beach was filled with amazing rock formations, covered in kelp all different colours and textures, very different from Australian beaches but very eye-catching and unusual. Reminiscent of the Giant's Causeway some ...


          A travel blog entry by stephen.murray on Oct 12, 2015

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... witnessed the surrender of over 60 German U-boats that were eventually scuttled in the open Atlantic. Twelve murals, including one of 14 year old Annette McGavigan who was the 100th fatality of the Troubles, mark the site of Bloody Sunday, an internal conflict mentioned in a previous posting. Photos of the murals may bring back old memories of what were distant events for most of ...

          Come Again Another Day

          A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 03, 2014

          17 photos

          ... raining.

          We opt to skip the castle tour. Glenveagh Castle looks like a castle but that is where the similarity ends. It was built in the 1870's, as a country estate for George Adair. It boasts a grand Victorian style pleasure garden and walled garden which we tour, despite the misty weather. How Elizabeth longs to grow sweet peas taller than herself, and lush, vibrant dahlias! The mist is like a carpet in the gardens. Tree branches hang ...

          Why aren't we moving? - Day 5 Shamrocker

          A travel blog entry by younge.zytynsky on May 16, 2014

          11 photos

          ... that. We all sat in the sun and waited for the bus to come. When it arrived we all climbed on and got settled. No tables on this bus. Nick and I sat in the back so we could stretch out. Connal promised that we could stop whenever we wanted to use the bathroom, since we had all been drinking.

          We continued our long drive. Originally we were going to arrive around 5, now it will be closer to 8. Most of us slept ...

          People, Places and Preparation (for Halloweeeen!)

          A travel blog entry by watchnickrun on Oct 31, 2013

          4 photos

          ... in sweatpants. Maybe it’s a pride thing, but the Northern Irish do like to dress up, which suits me just fine.

          Tonight is Halloween and our first chance to go out with almost everyone as a class. I’m pretty excited to be a Smurf, which for some reason feels very fitting. Derry is the place to be for Halloween, so here’s hoping we don’t get trampled to death in the mass of people. Tomorrow, we will have another show in Derry which all of ...