Temple Country Retreat & Spa

Address: Horseleap, Moate, County Westmeath, Ireland | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Moate

    3, 2, 1... JUMP!

    A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Mar 29, 2015

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    ... so hard to explain, but yes it sounds as hard and crazy as it was. There were two ropes on either side and you had to lean back and pull yourself up this waterfall as water was rushing down. So many people wiped out, luckily they had the helmets on. When I went he said it looks like I have done it before, and I responded that I always climb up waterfalls in my free time.... Anyways some parts had big pools of water that got so deep that you had to swim across. One of our friends ...

    Our Ireland Holiday

    A travel blog entry by markazz on Aug 22, 2014

    We left Shepards Bush at 6.30am by shuttle car to Gatwick airport where we flew out at 10.40am bound for Dublin. We had a good budget flight with Ryanair, caught the airport bus to our accommodation, Regency Hotel. We met up with Jen & Bob, settled into our hotel & then at 3pm we went on a tour of Dublin. We did encounter some rain which was a nuisance as we couldn't take photos successfully from the bus. That night we had a pub meal & then early to ...

    Potatoes, to be sure they're grand

    A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Aug 16, 2013

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    ... are that it will be from Ireland, as there is no shortage of shops looking to relieve tourists from their euros with Irish related bits n pieces. Had stew and roast at a pub while the hurling was on, and this is a sport which Australian's might actually enjoy, although the job of the umpire might be easiest in the world as there appear to be no rules.

    Booked ourselves onto a tourbus to go see the Cliffs of Moher, which were as advertised ...

    The au pair journey begins ....

    A travel blog entry by katlaw87 on Jan 06, 2013

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    ... who is local it is nothing much than a dreary country side! The rolling hill (yes hill lol something I have learnt Ireland is actually quite flat country not hilly as I first thought) behind the house where I will be living for the next year is just a picturesque back drop to all that I thought Ireland was and really is. I have come to Ireland for this magical year to be an au pair for a lovely and sweet irish family. Before this long move I was an au pair for my aunt and uncle ...

    Carrick-a-rede rope bridge challenge

    A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jul 05, 2012

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    ... France. My Paris roommate, Tanny, and I immediately hit it off. The year before while I was touring Italy, she traveled on a Rick Steves tour to Ireland. She loved to travel and, as a widow, was traveling alone. We traveled together for a number of trips before she died from brain cancer in 2010. We pushed each other to challenge ourselves - she was claustrophobic, I am acrophobic.

    When we got ourselves into "situations," we ...