Ballykisteen Hotel and Golf Resort
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The rain is streaming down, the darkness swallows everyone whole. The shrieking siren wails, competing with the wails of the villagers. No amount of preparation can prepare you for this. The ever dreaded possibility has come to pass, it's time to run, run for your lives, run for your future, run like you've never run before.
Disaster brings out the best and the worst in everyone. Can we really leave, will we ...
... bore you with how sad I am to be gone, away from this wonderlife, but I’ve already griped enough in previous posts. In case you were wondering, of course I like being home. I like being with my family, including my dog and two cats, I like laughing with friends, I like the familiarity of being in a place where I grew up, and I like that I don’t have to curse myself whenever I forget my umbrella. I just wish I could easily jump between both lives, returning to ...
... famous and historic horse breeding industry in Ireland, followed closely by a light lunch in the Japanese gardens, which surround the horse farm.
At the end, we arrived back in Dublin at our beginning point and we settled in for our final night’s entertainment which was a delightful show of traditional Irish cabaret including an extremely funny comedian, traditional dance numbers and folk ...
... and headed off for some errands in the early afternoon. I walked along my normal route, rounding the bend past the bridge and in front of King John’s Castle, when what do my eyes show me? Seemingly thousands of people, mostly kids, on bicycles! Well I’ll be darned, today was the Limerick Bicycle Parade. Many people complain about how Ireland has nothing to do, then I come across some sort of interesting attempt at making something to ...
Hello, from the Emerald Isle! I left you all with an epic retelling of my adventures in Eastern Europe and was completely pooped after writing so much that I have neglected to update you on my return to Ireland. May so many days pass between blog entries never happen again. So I say. We'll see what really happens.
First, I have to tell you about my return from Turkey, leaving a land of exoticism and entering a land of familiarity. By the way, ...