The Downhill Inn
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... We depart for Catherine’s house in Cloneen.
The village of Cloneen is small. There are two pubs, an old and new cemetery, a church, a football ground, a school, the local shop that everyone visits, it reminds me of Doc Martin and a few other places. You can walk up through the main street in less then 5 mins. It's perfect!
The house is located behind the old cemetery and the Thatch pub. This house holds a lot of history, parts of it are over 200 ...
Met up with my mom's first cousin and her adorable husband Seamus and all the kids today. It was such a nice visit. Like normal, it took much longer to find the place since the roads or houses are not marked. You just have to get close, then ask people along the way. The people here are so nice. Strangers treat you like family and it is so incredible. We had a great time with much laughter. The kids are all grown now, with two married and one with ...
... adventure" to another time.
We drove more and Tony gave us a history lesson about the Burren and Ireland in general. He talked about Ring Forts (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringfort) and we were able to see some stones tombs that were really interesting. One of the tombs that we saw was called the Poulnabrone Dolmen and I was able to take a picture of it. Here is some information about the tomb ...
... room to move about inside. Then add in about fifty Irish family members, then add in the town locals, then add in the music in the background, amplify all the voices and music as its a small pub so there's an echo, then imagine the strong Irish accent and then triple the speed of the first person you recall that speaks fast. Then there you have it, that is pretty much the setting of this surprise party for me. The more the locals and family drank, I swear the faster they ...
Well, I hopped on the JJ Kavanagh and Sons Coach from Dublin to Limerick for the price of 10 euros. The journey took about three hours and was a mixture of main thoroughfares and side roads. It was raining fairly heavily and I was a bit exhausted from my 2 hour night of sleep because of the wonderful dub step party that took place below the room in which I stayed.
It was a pretty bumpy ride, but I managed to preoccupy myself with attempting to shut my eyes ...