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Travel Blogs from Carrigbyrne
... It is three euro to shoot 10
arrows on the normal targets. The archery teacher is always there to give you
advice and lessons. It is 15 euro to have an incredible experience on the 3D
course. I’m really lucky because I can shoot for free at any time, even if it’s
closed. The archery teacher, a really nice guy, gave me a bow and a few arrows
for the time that I am here. He ...
... our walk with a trip to the pub (not surprising, right??). Because of the size of our group, we took up almost half the pub, but it was a nice end to the afternoon. After a walk back to our hotel along the river, we had some time to freshen up before our last dinner together in Ireland.
The group met at Timber Toes Pub in the hotel to have drinks before dinner and it was nice to visit with other travelers on this trip and find out more ...
... week so it makes the job more interesting.
In February there was a big storm with hard wind so a lot of branches fell and
scattered around the fields and around 30 trees fell down. An enormous oak fell
in front of the house. The trunk of this tree was around 4 feet. Uli told me
that this oak is around 250 years old. As a result of the storm, my first few
days in Ireland consisted of ...
... for a tour. We met with the tutor and CEO about the school and also met with a man from the Craft Council, which funds the school. After that I went back to the hotel to relax and try to rest up for the reception at the Craft Center but once I laid down I was down for the evening and decided to sit it out (it's optional). My head cold is trying to kick me in the face. We head back for Dublin in the morning and then fly home Sunday ...
... It would require a lot of thinking, planning and creativity to work inverted. This evening there was a screening of the film 'What We Leave in Our Wake' by Pat Collins, which was about Ireland and how it's changed in terms of the land, from farming to a technological age, and how people left/leave Ireland so early in their lives never to return. Also how the values placed on society used to be imposed by the church but in this day in age, ...