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Travel Blogs from Listowel
... never have to ride on the streets because there are so many parkways linked together, and the local drivers are very aware of the cyclists. They even have bike traffic signals at many intersections. Multitudes of bikes are parked in front of every building.
I was chagrined to get back to the hotel at about 4pm to find our room still hadn't been cleaned. I searched for the housekeeper and asked that he do our room next, and I was sitting reading in the lobby when ...
... vests to catch a wave. Cars came and went, driving down to and parking on the beach while the surfers applied what they had been taught. Our lunch interrupted this exercise in people watching and before long we were preparing for the final leg of the walk for the day. We climbed and climbed away from the beach, heading inland and into a new valley that was difficult to see over the hedges of fuchsias and blackberries. We climbed and climbed, a gradual but nonetheless persistent ...
Well, week 3 in Ireland has been just as action packed as the previous two. On Sunday (7/27) we did the Torc Mountain hike again. This time we drove up the Old Kenmare Rd until we got the car park and hiked from there which made a HUGE difference. When we first started out we started getting passed by hordes of hikers on a cancer walk. Luckily they were not going up the trail to the summit. Getting to the summit was still difficult for me, but much easier than last ...
It was a very long day of driving,some poor planning on my part but Sandie also wanted to visit another family history site.....Kilkee. Her great, great grandmother left the family home as a young girl to head to Australia....this was at the time of the potato famine that killed more than ...
Hitting the road again, both feeling a little under the weather again. We go toward Killlarney, on the way we find the Bunratty Castle. It was set out in a little village still some of which are the remaining cottages that were used back in the day. All the barns and animals were there just like they would have been and showed you how they lived back in the olden days. The castle was amazing, the architecture ...