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Travel Blogs from Ballinasloe
... the roads!
Nothing can really prepare you for the splendor of the cliffs, they are truly magnicent. Rising over 700 feet, they are incredible. When you see the birds and waves far below you realize just how far up you are standing. We started walking the 1.5 mile trail. There is a stone fence about 6 feet from the edge, but many people hop over the fence and walk the original trails that are very close to the edge. At this point I ...
... pub that had just a few other locals in it. It was a load of craic there. The locals were so friendly and funny and when they found out one of us was celebrating a birthday, they bought us a round of shots. I have absolutely no clue what they put in those shots, but they were really good. One thing that was cool about this pub is that one of the first songs I heard there was ...
... producers at a wine bar/restaurant/cookery school in Sligo city. Perfect! And, to top off the evening, I enjoyed my chocolate birthday cake and prosecco, fireside in the Temple Houses’ cozy sitting room as we visited with some fellow Canadian guests.
Our second day at the Temple House was spent relaxing and exploring the grounds which consisted (amongst many other things) of hundreds of grazing sheep, a lake equipped with row boats for ...
... though, and you know something is worth it when it's still pretty in the rain. It would have been nice to walk around the harbor a little more, but the weather was way too awful. We did a little shopping around town, there were a lot of cute craft stores. The jazz festival was also going on in Kinesale too, so you could hear music in the streets. We took a little break and ate some fish and chips (yey!) fresh from the harbor. Fish, chips, ...
... told that this is the kind of weather up
there in the Dingle. You have to be extremely
lucky to see them. Most of the time the weather
is like this, and even worse. But even what we
faced up there was great. A bit disappointed but ok.
Imagine if somebody goes in September or October.
It is August and it is like this.!!!!
Narrow road and dangerous BUT there is no other ...