Charleville Park Hotel
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... to take me to see The Cliffs of Moher. It was a bit of a drive but it was worth the time.
It was lovely to see some coastal areas of Ireland and the cliffs were spectacular, Pete thought the cliffs were better in Kalbarri. I loved how the green fields rolled right to the edge of the cliff.
The main tourist section of the cliffs was all walled off but ...
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Apart from an acronym i just made-up, “TED” is the foundation upon which engaging, fulfilling and ultimately more satisfying travel experiences are built. It is the earth from which sprouts the grass ...
... that are farmed. There is a decisive aroma in the air indicating a large number of horses live in the area. We leave the town to go about 6km to the Glen of Aherlow which was the scene of a battle in the early 1920s between the royalists and the Patriots. Aherlow House Hotel and Lodges is a centre of walking and has been a Tudor Hunting Lodge. It is set on the side of the valley overlooking Tipperary to the west. The room is typical well appointed Motel style ...
... I had the opportunity on that stage to perform! - My music sounded high and loud over the hall during soundcheck and I was backstage getting super nervous to show my act. 1,500+ audience? No problem! Perform infront of Mieke and Anna? Holy moldy that is a daunting prospect! - I had the joy of the first night to perform on the biggest circus festival stage in the world infront of a WILD crowd! I didn't actually hear the applause (adrenaline) but apparently they ...
... of the Sullivans - the owners a little old couple - he even had a white button up coat on! They had groceries arranged on the shelves behind them and all home cooked goods. A roaring fire and a beautiful cat! The drive home was as good as the drive up and we all arrived tired but having enjoyed a fabulous day. There was an optional dinner tonight at an Irish restaurant but thankfully we had not chosen to do it. Went downstairs and had a lovely roast at the ...