Brosna Lodge Hotel
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... is at head height roughly 6 Feet of the ground. The female stone
is above an archway at least 10 feet so you can see who the builders really
favoured! After this we head off to a cave that is said to have a fairy enchant
the waters and if you leave a ribbon as a token on her tree she will grant your
wish in the time before the ribbon dislodges. Now the cave is eerie and has a
lot of photos of people who have passed away in there lining the walls the
whole way ...
The road we're on is a surprise as it is a motorway and very wide, but the side roads are tiny. The toothpick spires are the RC churches. We're on the way to Galway for lunch. Schools in the Republic of Ireland are run by the priests and nuns still. There are lots of hedgerows. Gypsies or Travellers live in vans and beg in the streets in the big towns. The government has provided housing and assistance to get the children into schools. They camp on ...
... Patrick's Day, although I think the rest of the world really shows up what Ireland has to offer. This year's parade through Belfast was smaller than my colleague's hometown parade in the Netherlands, I've been told. Regardless, there are great offers on in the pubs and plenty of people looking to enjoy the atmosphere! Belfast has a great free concert on at the wonderful Custom House Square. Would love to check out Downpatrick's celebrations for it's historical ...
Trip through Connemara, west of Galway. This is a predominantly Gaelic speaking region with the maps showing Gaelic names with English in brackets. We did a loop around Lough Corrib visiting places such as An Spideal, Ros an Mhil, Cinn Mhara, Screeh, An Mam, Corr an Mona, ...
Foto Wild Life Park was a joy! We wandered about the park for the better part of a day taking in the well groomed gardens and buildings. The weather was perfect, not to hot, not to cold. The park has numerous trails to explore. Fenced animals roam freely in large land tracts and they are easily viewed from paved pathways that afford easy ...