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Travel Blogs from Blackwater
... One of the churches actually had a stone roof. Hard to describe but maybe one of the photos will give an idea.
Sleeping tonight in a fabulous b&b about 5 ks from town centre. (Most of the accommodation is about $100 per night, with an enormous breakfast. Great value!)
Final day in Ireland tomorrow with a drive to Dublin , another night in the Drury Court Hotel then a 2 hour plane trip to Copenhagen for the meeting with Peta....Next entry from ...
... than in Quebec but this crepe makes me
feel like in Canada for a moment. Fourthly, we went to Cahore. There, it has a
beautiful beach with gorgeous landscapes. A long quay enters in the sea to make
a kind of bay. It was a lovely day and I decided to swim for the first time in
the Irish Sea. At the end of the quay, we can jump in the water. It’s around 4
meter high. It ...
... It is three euro to shoot 10
arrows on the normal targets. The archery teacher is always there to give you
advice and lessons. It is 15 euro to have an incredible experience on the 3D
course. I’m really lucky because I can shoot for free at any time, even if it’s
closed. The archery teacher, a really nice guy, gave me a bow and a few arrows
for the time that I am here. He ...
... called The Cove and an Australian pub called Uluru! We met the most amazing people I love the Irish, all so friendly and cheery. We were the only Aussies in the Aussie pub, so of course, we went around all the signs in the Uluru looking for South Australia, there wasn't one! So we told the bar tender and he made us a special one :) which I stole... And then left at the Irish pub :( what an amazing night! Off to find some accommodation now in town and see Waterford crystal before moving on ...
... ship fitted out to transport the Irish to Canada and the US during the potato famine, and for the return trips it carried a few First Class passengers and they pulled out the bunks etc from the steerage area and used it for cargo carriage. Your tickets to the exhibition represent a passenger on an actual voyage and you can find out what happened to them. New Ross was a port town since the 13th century, it’s at the end of a river leading straight to ...