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Travel Blogs from Bettystown

Okay, now I'm awake...

A travel blog entry by iamspirited


... and the Irish Sea - the rest of the family filed in one by one. I'm not exaggerating to describe it as a well-orchestrated symphony of cooking (Jackie, the conductor), talking, laughing, listening, and drinking wine. The food was awesome! And, the family and friends I met were all very friendly and socially adept. I certainly was the social retard in the group. ...

Last day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by mulmac

As if Ireland needed to remind us that the near perfect weather we have had for the past 2 weeks was unusual, we woke up to a foggy day, not being able to see Tramore bay out the back window. And a decent rain shower. Never mind, it cleared before we left and headed through Waterford to get onto the M9 to Dublin. Very easy 2 hour drive (such a change from previous experiences!) and beautiful. Got back to Dee's house. Mil was in better form this ...

Guinness, sightseeing and great craic

A travel blog entry by kev_erin


... on before he could order. The owner didn't have a vendetta just against us though, as she also made a heavily pregnant woman climb the two flights of stairs back to her room to 'shoe up'. Today was our day of driving the 'Ring of Kerry' which is a tourist drive of 179km in one of the most scenic landscapes in Ireland. Most of it will remain a mystery to us though as for the majority of the day we could barely see the road in front of us as it was so foggy and ...


A travel blog entry by rowandmeags


... to Scotland. We had a minor hiccup on the way to the airport as Dyl had told us the wrong airport but lucky we had plenty of time it was all okay. With great company, Irish food and lots of adventures we had a lovely time and would definitely go back there in the future. It was very similar to Australia (Gippsland area) and was green, lush and beautiful. With an abundance of pubs, nightlife, some of the nicest people we have come across and stacks of things to see and do, Ireland was a winner ...

Latest Start Ever

A travel blog entry by zolina


... of its own. All of Ireland's people had to go to England if they wanted to go to college. So the idea was that Trinity College would provide some place for Irish to attend college, and over time would grow to be more than just a theological college. The idea worked. It's now the top rated college in Ireland and the population is still primarily Catholic.

The main attraction at Trinity College is the College Library, which contains the Book of Kells. ...


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