Corrib House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Oughterard
... to google a cemetery plan, my phone died, then Ron discovered a plan on the sign with the names. Mental note, read signs properly! From there on, it was easy.
The first one we found was really worn, and hardly legible. However, after trying to photograph from different angles, closing one eye, then the other, doing a pencil rubbing with a biro (which ran out), and pressing the paper into the letters, I eventually made them all ...
... remind me to change gear!!!
Lucky me, I got to drive. The map they gave us made it look easy to get out of Dublin - not so!!! We were thoroughly lost within about 15 minutes. Fortunately I have toys with me!!! Out came the iPhone with it's hotspot, and the iPad with it's "talking" maps - and the car charger for the phone, and the battery pack for the iPad!!! We managed to get ourselves back on the right path, and after about 20 minutes driving found ...
... being formed. It is very unique and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Afterwards we tried to count the number of World Heritage sites we have been to around the world. We think it is somewhere around 12 to 15 and it makes me pondor as to why Manitoba is spending all this money on the boreal forest application but that is a rant for another day. We have now seen 7 ...
... bag from a fast food lying on the ground. I must admit that I like it better clean, though I must say that they're maybe a little too obsessive, but they seem to live with it ok so it's alright I guess !
Photo : The photo is my place, with my Laptop and all.. everything to make an Irish mad because of how unclean it is ! It's not that bad in my opinion but it will never be tidy enough !
... and sound. Well I did promise that I would return him! It was an amazing feeling to be welcomed home with such delight and unconditional love. Tariq’s cuddle was the tightest of all!
I have loved writing the blog and experiencing all of the adventures we have undertaken on this trip, but now I realise with honesty that, my heart’s at home in old Ireland, Where? In the County of Armagh!
Sometimes the words ...
Other places to stay in Oughterard
Road N59, Oughterard | 3 star hotelfrom $130
Glann Road, Oughterard | Hotelfrom $208
Rosscahill, Oughterard | 4 star hotelfrom $183
Oughterard Village, Oughterard | 3 star hotelfrom $72
Rushveala, Oughterard | Hotelfrom $66