Ballaghboy Lodge Farm

Address: Ballaghboy, Ballinafad, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Ballaghboy, Ballinafad, is near Castlebaldwin, Ballinafad Castle, Ballindoon Friary, and Knocknashee.
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      Travel Blogs from Ballinafad

      A Week in Ireland!

      A travel blog entry by gerrittnmaggie on Nov 28, 2014

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      ... on something they call the "Roscommon Experience", which is basically a scavenger hunt. Afterward, they took us to an old Irish castle where we had TONS of fun. When we were all done with that, we went back home and had the biggest Thanksgiving feast ever!

      Overall, it was an awesome, restful week in Ireland, and now our team is more ready than ever to go to Cambodia!

      24 hours to go until Southeast Asia!!!

      Love and Blessings

      Gerritt & Maggie Salant
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      Belleek

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 13, 2014

      4 photos

      ... of air space between Northern Ireland and international waters, created during WW2 to allow greater range for the allied aircraft.

      After lunch, drove along the coast. Had a good look at Bundoran, very quite and sad looking on a winter's day. Passed Classiebawn Castle, owned originally by the Mountbatten family. This was near where Lord Mountain was killed on his boat by an IRA bomb in ...

      Beautiful Sligo County

      A travel blog entry by wombat99 on Sep 29, 2014

      1 comment, 30 photos

      This morning I saw the lovely Margaret off to her business meeting (the reason for this trip) and headed off for a drive around Lough Gill. Although there was misty rain it in no way detracted from the stunning scenery. My first stop was a Holy Well at Tobernalt and the silence in the forest was cathedral like. Obviously a popular spot with pilgrims there were the remains of many candles that had been lit ...

      And So to Ireland

      A travel blog entry by wombat99 on Sep 28, 2014

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      I turned off the 6am alarm at 5:30 and started tidying D's lounge-room where I had been sleeping on the very comfy sofa bed.
      Checking we had everything we needed for our day and knowing where we were heading we set off for the subway at 7:30.
      It was a bit trickier negotiating the steps this time with our suitcases in tow but we took out time and accepted help when offered.
      And so ...

      I'm a Little Teapot

      A travel blog entry by kharby on Sep 18, 2014

      71 photos

      9:00am start

      Drumcliffe church, where WB Yeats was brought back fromFrance and buried.

      A drive to the Atlantic shores, past Classiebawn Castle Mullaghmore Ireland.

      To North Ireland to tour Belleek Pottery manufacturers then lunch in Donegal.

      Queen Maeve's Tomb
      This enormous cairn atop Knocknarea is 55 meters in diameter by 10 meters high. Folklore says it was built for the mythical Iron Age Queen Maeve, and ...