Westport Estates & Leasing Brewery Buildings

Address: County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from County Mayo

Myths & Legends/ Lo, Lie the Fields of Athenry

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 15, 2015

106 photos

... t to fall asleep, so oodnight for now. It was a really fantastic day. Being with family and feeling like I’ve always known these people has been so overwhelming and comforting and warming for me and my soul. These are such nice people. And I’m so blessed and thankful to know these people now. Night night.

So far: 4 hours: 36 Euros!

Saturday

So Michael, you’ll be upset wit yourself for not keeping up with your blog, because you ...

Heading to the West, new beginnings

A travel blog entry by ravenbutterfly on Aug 11, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... there was a wonderful connection of opportunity for us all. A place so rocky still provides life from within. An as the heavens open we know it is our time to leave. Would highly recommend a connection to this land.

After such a great day there was only one way for this to end, with a glass of Guinness & a bowl of seafood chowder. Aaaah.

Much love and blessings from the west
Raven Butterfly


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A Springtime visit to my Irish mother

A travel blog entry by ontheroa on Mar 23, 2014

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... I'm back to Navan where the Boyne meets the Blackwater in historic Boyne Valley and the comfortable Ardboyne hotel sits quietly alongside the Boyne ramparts.

This is where I went to school but the town has doubled in population from 12000 to nearly 25000 during the Celtic Tiger years. The main employer was Navan Carpets back then until Tara Mines opened up. The carpet factory didn't survive Ireland's boom and soon Tara Mines will ...

Laying down roots

A travel blog entry by obicat on Mar 08, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... I will try to experience them longer without letting my mind jump in too soon to spoil it. I also had thoughts relating to my mum come through. I then later saw a plate that we used to have in our household when I was young which must also have dragged up thoughts of my mum as I ended up having a dream about her in which I wrote her a beautiful poem. When I got up this morning (Friday) I failed to remember the poem correctly and felt a little irritated as I had known it in ...

The Farm

A travel blog entry by doshaughnessy on Sep 04, 2012

... to Woodlawn was actually kind of neat for me. When we got there, we went straight to the farm house and were very warmly welcomed with tea, scones, and amazing brown bread. I'm already turning into a huge fan of hot tea. It's delicious. The house was so cute and pretty much what I imagined an Irish farmhouse to look like. Also, the rural area we were in was what I imagine when ...

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