Travel Blogs from Oughterard
... that easy - but I found it!!! I stopped in Westport for a late lunch and a local recommended McCormack's. It's a little local sandwich shop ... With homemade baked goods!!! I had the ham and Brie wrap. With a plum cobbler to finish!!! It was amazing. The lady behind the counter struck up a conversation about my stay and I told her I was passing through and not staying in Westport. I ...
... of Laughter: The Lotus Flower can symbolize Joy, Beauty, Courage, Transformation. Itgrows up through the dark mud, through the murky water; up into the Light. It mirrors the journey of anyone recovering from trauma or addictions. Ciaran's talk shares his personal experience of strength and hope. Ciaran has recovered/is in recovery from from sexual abuse and drug addiction. Through many things, including Laughter Yoga, Ciaran is discovering his ...
... I split up and both ran errands around the city. Oddly enough, it felt like home when we got back to Dublin and I realized just how much I was going to miss the place where we had settled for the past week. We had created so many awesome memories in Dublin and I knew that it was going to be tough to top our experience in Ireland! Even getting a bad cold couldn't put a damper on things and stop us from loving every moment in Ireland! On Monday night, Monique and I met ...
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The music was upbeat and exciting. When the younger men played they smirked to the each other and leaned in, like they were about to start laughing at some hilarious inside joke. They would play for long stretches and I couldn’t tell if the music was a written song, or if it was the result of skill and familiarity. I sat down with my Smitchwick’s Pale Ale (my new favorite after it was introduced to me in Doolin) and listened to the entire ...
... where we boarded our ferry. The ferry was only about 45 minutes and we met a big group of American students who are studying in Dublin for six weeks. When we got to the island Brian and I headed off on foot. The majority of people rent bikes or pay to go in tourist vans, but we figured that since we've been walking all summer we can just walk the island. We stopped at a grocery store and bought some food for lunch. We walked and drank our Bulmers ciders that we had bought for about ...
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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