Killerig Hotel & Golf Resort
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... got a win on me too, but hey. And the Yanks are fairing pretty well against the Greene's. I've beat Robin and Tom, and Arthur, but lost once, while Lynn has beat Tom, but lost to Arthur. But that's not the point. The POINT is that we went into town to hear authentic Irish music. Boy did we. So we walk into this bar. Small, kind of quiet. We walk around with no idea where to go, finding our way to the back door, with a door behind that door, that opens into a small ...
... the mountain, it
After the caves, we arrived to the main
destination of the trip: Cliffs of Moher. As I said the weather was completely amazing:
nice sunshine with no wind and a temperature of 18 degrees. We had a nice view
on the ocean and the Araan Islands. We walked on the top of the Cliffs and the
view was totally amazing. After the Cliffs we went to Doolin town to enjoy a
... we could get to work straight away. I don't want to have to think and design, I just want to be the labour haha. But looking forward to the workshops and using the tools. I've never worked with iron or stone before so it's another skill to add to the list. Early night for everyone, after a few drinks at the pub, we all dispersed and headed back to our accommodation. A lot of naps were had, and after these no one was really inclined ...
... up the mountain to the upper lake. The climb up the mountain was up these strange steps and was quite steep. I was dying by the time we got to the top but it was so worth it. It was absolutely beautiful. Then we scurried back down the mountain to find the monastic city. Because we were on such a tight schedule, we only got to see it for a few minutes but it was cool. It was interesting to see the gravestones ...
... to drive the Military Road instead of the usual routes south. The road was built in the early 19th century as a way for the British to bring in supplies for their war against the insurgents. It has been repaved since, but once we got on it, we knew why it is the road less traveled. It was bumpy and narrow, and just a bit “bendy”. (Here, curves are called bends, and they can be severe as well!) We were rewarded for our efforts by the Glenmacnoss Waterfall, a lovely ...