Station House Hotel Letterkenny
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Shout out goes to our fantastic tour guide Jonathan. He really did a great job trying to show the irish countryside and history from a local's perspective. Great job. He just surprised us all by walking around our private train car with a bottle of whiskey, pouring everyone shots. Well done Sir! Well ...
... at the entrance, I headed over to the Abbey. Kylemore Castle was originally built in the 19th century as a private residence for Mitchell Henry, a wealthy doctor from London. In 1920, the castle was purchased by the Benedictine Nuns and has been an abbey since. Although not particularly old by Irish standards, this was one of the most beautiful buildings we had seen on our trip. It is truly a fairy tale castle. And not only was the ...
Lovely day with Hilary, Tara and Eve at the Glenveagh National Park and castle. Had heaps of fun exploring the interpretive centre learning about the history of the castle and surrounding parks. I caught the bus for the short ride to the castle. The ...
... baking a couple of Victoria sponges with butter cream and jam. They certainly went down well! In actual fact Shivam admitted it was in-fact the very finest he had ever had! I scored an average of 9 out of 10 from the kids too so it must have been good to score so well without a glimpse of chocolate! Thursday evening I attended Shivam's meditation class and had a very good time. First of all before anyone arrived Shiv taught me some techniques and guided me through being ...
First of all, I was not in Vevay, Indiana on Tuesday. I actually took the train out to the farm of the relatives of one of the other Trinity students here. This was our first day out of the Notre Dame activities, so while the UCD people moved into their dorms, the Trinity students started our 8 day break until we get to move in. I've actually never been on a train before, so the ...