Sean Ogs Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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... tables. When
all these steps were done, the new terrace was awesome. I cut the grass with
many different machines like tractor, lawn mower and a trimmer. We also work
on the extension of the tearooms. I used a lot of my painting skills with this
project. We also cleaned all the chairs and tables for the extension of the
tearooms. There were a lot of storage items in the barn so it was full ...
... did not stay the night with us at the hostel we met up with her also.
We left for Gory at night. To meet with Iona's mom. Had dinner at her house and stayed for the night.
When we got up: Dan, Iona, Bodhi and Iona's Mom (Liz) and myself went
for a walk. In a woods near her house. We saw a waterfall and a "swing
... the sky turned blue and the sun was shining. Our smiles had returned.
Arrived here just on lunch time, booked in, had some lunch and went to visit the village of Avoca. It is only 6 km from here. The village of Avoca was the location for the TV series, Ballykissangel. We did not watch the show so nothing was familiar but it is a nice village just the same. Also in Avoca is the old Handweavers Mill, still in operation today and a fantastic place to visit. It is only a ...
... but much is missed when avoiding all of the little villages. We made our first petrol station lunch stop on the trip outside of Carrick on Suir and it was as disappointing as one might expect but the stomach coating breakfast had finally worn off and we were starved.
We made it to New Ross where the recreation of the Dunbrody famine ship sits, secured to the river bed. Its 30 minute tour is certainly worth a stop. The tour tells the story of 19th ...
... up to Dublin. This is about a 7 day trek, 127km. Along the path there are various B&B's and hostels, soon to include The Old School House of Moyne.
The reason I was in Moyne, Ireland was for a volunteer opportunity that I found through a website, that I will be using a lot throughout my journey, called workaway.info-recommended by my friend Lydia. Through this site, hosts-such as Alison and Dermot, post a job/project they need ...