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Travel Blogs from Clonakilty
... was no longer presumed innocent until proven guilty and a judge would probably have to agree and let him "walk"....Hi Pete.....what do you think??? The other day I walked from our cottage, down a winding Irish road surrounded by green hedges and fields to the Leap Inn.....on the way I discovered why "stinging Nettle" got its name...I had never come across it before and rubbed it between my fingers....stung for three bloody days. Today we went to ...
Well I suppose it was bound to happen that I actually experienced UK/ Irish weather and boy did I ever. So much rain...so how did I get around it? Go see movies of course! Besides visiting all the attractions, I wasn't left with much else to do but catch up on all the latest box office hits I've been missing (and I've ...
... tried here was pig’s feet.
On Tuesday morning, I went and explored the Irish wildlife at a zoo. The zoo didn't have any snakes or reptiles in it though because here in Ireland they barely have any snakes or reptiles. Although they do have the two most common in types of fish in Ireland; salmon and sea trout. They are both beautiful fish. Another thing I witnessed at the zoo was a bird dome because they have a large amount of ...
... While we were there, a number of dogs belonging to unknown owners decided that they should play with us including the local bum and this little tiny rat of a puppy that had the strongest teeth you’ve seen. I would throw stones that would become buried in the sand as the waves came in and the hobo would dig deep into the sand, never finding the stone. So he would come back for more. When he would find the rock he would proudly carry it back to me and drop it at me feet. There ...
... enjoy the small town.
We began at Charles Fort, which is a fort that was build to protect the Irish harbour from the Spanish and the French landing there. We walked down into town where the bus picked us up and drove us to Garretstown beach where unbelievably the students went swimming--willingly. Crazy. But of all the days, today was the perfect day to go. The weather was gorgeous; a sunny 19 degrees. I finally took ...
TripAdvisor Reviews O'Donovan's Hotel Clonakilty
Other places to stay in Clonakilty
Skibbereen by Pass Road, Clonakilty | 3 star hotelfrom $92
Clonakilty | 4 star hotelfrom $249
- Great spa, pity about the bar service.
- Lovely hotel, shame about the grumpy reception staff
- Wonderful setting
Wolfe Tone Street, Clonakilty | Hotelfrom $40
Strand Road, Clonakilty | Hotelfrom $52
Muckross, Clonakilty | 3 star hotelfrom $157
Fernhill, Clonakilty | Hotelfrom $84
Wolfe Tone Street, Clonakilty | Hotelfrom $78
Wolfe Tone St, Clonakilty | 3 star hotelfrom $76