Travel Blogs from Enniscorthy
... run. Cushendale Woolen Mills are a genuine traditional family run Irish mill (similar to Avoca) which produces colorful fabrics in mohair, Irish wool, lambs wool, and cotton chenille. We met their puppy, Pip, by the door who gave us a full tour of the factory and machinery, and let us pet the blankets AND Pip ...
... the only rain cloud in all of Ireland, we ventured through Jerpoints Abbey - a really well maintained group of ruins from the early 1100s. The carvings of monks and animals and designs was really diverse and I even found my spirit monk who was holding his belly. Small pit stop for lunch and we still haven't left Thomasville, we pop into the Blackberry Cafe for a tomato jam and sausage sandwich and a pot of ...
... Once the army guys left with the truck we had lunch. Tim had the chowder again and I had some prawns. Deep fried of course.
The pretty streetscape of Castletownbere.After lunch and ...
... with some rooms upstairs. We entered and asked how much a room was. 69 euros. Ouch! - a bit more than we want to pay, so we decided to think about it.
Outside the pub, a man who had overheard, offered to call Sharon - the owner of St Kevin's. The place was only 60 euros, but no breakfast. We opted for Germaine's, so we went back in to book the room. We ordered a couple of pints of Guinness and sat down to watch the end of ...
... Hong kong, Leipzig, Derby, Dublin and Shannon the only delay was with customs clearance in Dublin. That took two days. As our new Canadian friend Kelly Flaska observed the luggage nearly had as many passport stamps as we did ourselves on the whole trip.
The biggest surprise of all was that virtually everything that we left behind was returned including my netbook that I thought must have been in smithereens. The only things missing were a couple of Liam's shirts and the charger ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility