Tinakilly Country House Hotel & Restaurant
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... hurling. That was really fun. Hurling is a unique game that requires the skills from several different sports. My group didn't get to do a lot of playing, however, we did a lot of skill training. I felt like I progressed a lot in the short amount of time we played. Then we went to handball where we practiced some skills then played the rest of the time. It was a lot of fun. First we did a one one knockout version. Then most people went to lunch but a small group of us stayed ...
Well day 2 in Dublin was spent at UCD ,or more formally known as University College of Dublin, listening to lectures from many different professors at the college. They were all very interesting but it was very difficult to keep focused due to how tired I was. The campus was absolutely gorgeous. My favorite part was the huge lake in the middle. There were swans and ducks swimming in it. We had lunch at a small cafe on campus. I had a ...
... Musicians, the lady had a 1734 violin. After hearing some of the storytellers lengthy stories, I am now more prepared to listen to more of Kevin's lengthy embellished ones! Seanchaí, (there a very few true seanchai left in Ireland), an Irish Gaelic word meaning “Traditional Storyteller”. These storytellers would travel around old Ireland, from place to place sharing tales of adventure and magic. It was a different age, before television and radio became ...
... reminded me a bit of a banana bread loaf, was amazing! I feel I may have to try and recreate it at home! We headed back to the hostel for an early night and to try and sort out our photos etc ready for our tour. The next day was a free day as the tour didn't start until the day after. We had decided to get in a few days before so we could spend that time looking around Dublin. The tour unfortunately didn't do anything in Dublin. So if you got in and were relying on the tour to ...
... so we could learn more about Gaelic Football. Our tour guide was a lovely young man by the name of Shane who many of the girls promptly fell in love with. He showed us one of the dressing rooms, the actual field where they play (unlike in Australia where we were allowed to run around the rugby fields), we were told that we had to stay off the grass. In fact, Shane told us that even when the Queen herself was visiting the GAA, she was not even allowed ...