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  • MallowOn Saturday April 13th, I took a solo adventure to a small town called Mallow (and I unfortunately did not find Chewbacca). I started my day in the town with a stop in a cafe for some hot chocolate because Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Apr 23, 2019
  • WaterfordFor the 6th and 7th of April, Greg and I went to the west side of the island. On the Saturday afternoon, we took a bus to Waterford and had some lunch before hopping on another bus to New Ross. Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Apr 23, 2019
  • Belfast - Travel Tips I arrived in the city by train from Dublin - see my Dublin tips for more detail on that. The Dublin train arrives at Belfast’s Lanyon Place Station (it use Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Apr 16, 2019
  • Dublin - Travel Tips On my brief visit to Dublin last month I travelled from Edinburgh with Aer Lingus. It cost a little more than Ryanair would have done, but the Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Apr 14, 2019
  • Le Temps Perdu My first visit to Dublin was on Friday 23rd March 1990. On 29th March 2019, there I was again 29 years later. (I have visited several times in Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Apr 11, 2019
  • Sanity or Madness   Brexit is a painful event for me. The reasons why are too many to bore you with.   The prospect of Scotland being forced out of the EU on 29th March in Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Apr 10, 2019
  • Southern Ireland. Ireland. I travelled to Southern Ireland in August 2004 with my husband and two close Posted by irenevt in Irene's old Western Europe Pages. | Apr 4, 2019
  • Dublin (Round 2)Since Dublin has a lot of attractions, Greg and I decided to go back for a second time on March 30th to see what else we could see. We took the train in and walked to the old Gaol and Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Apr 3, 2019
  • CashelCalving around the farm is starting to slow down with only 1 or 2 calves born every day and some days with no new calves at all. This doesn’t mean there is any less work around the farm, there is Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Apr 3, 2019
  • St. Patrick’s DayWhile in Ireland, my host figured I should do something other than farm work for St. Patrick’s Day, so I got the time in between milkings off so I could go into Tipperary and see the St Patrick’s Day Parade. Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Mar 24, 2019
  • Two Days in GalwayGreg and I got 2 days off on Tuesday March 12, and Wednesday March 13, which allowed us to go a little further away from our farms without cutting down on the amount of things we could do. We decided Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Mar 24, 2019
  • CorkOn Friday March 1, Greg and I met up in Cork for a day trip. Cork is a city in Ireland (it was described to me by my host as a 'smaller Dublin') which is on the banks of the Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Mar 3, 2019
  • Cahir Greg and I took our first inter city bus trip on Friday February 22nd to Cahir (the train system is much more reliable and easier to understand in my opinion but the bus to Cahir was a shorter ride than Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Mar 1, 2019
  • ARAN ISLANDS (Ireland) > Inishmore==ARAN ISLANDS > INISHMORE== ===Trip: day trip from Rosaveel=== ===Transportation: ferry, push bike=== ===Travel date: Sat, 23-Feb-2019=== ===Ferry company: Aran Island Ferries=== 1. We arrived by car to Posted by ToddP in Traveled Far And Wide | Feb 26, 2019
  • Kilkenny vs. Limerick Hurling Match On Sunday the 17th of February, I went with Greg and his host family to a hurling match. It was in Kilkenny and they were playing against Limerick (the favourite team of Greg’s host family). Hurling is an Irish sport Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Feb 20, 2019
  • Dublin and the Cliffs of Moher (and calves)The first calf came on January 24th, born to cow number 2424 (I know it sounds made up, but I’m telling the truth) and since then, we’ve had many more babies. Last week, there were about 2-3 cows calving every Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Feb 7, 2019
  • LimerickMy first week in Ireland went well, and though I am still adjusting to my new chores and rhythm of life, I’m really enjoying it. Since I don’t have much equipment experience, I’ve had some basic tasks to get me Posted by 49ayoung in Ireland Working Holiday | Jan 23, 2019
  • Dublin's many surprisesOur 27 hour layover in Dublin started off with a surprise! Since Dublin is one of the west-most airports in Europe, our short and sweet flight meant shortage of sleep. Our tired kids piled on the coffee sofa's and took Posted by Brufamily in Bru Adventures | Dec 22, 2018
  • DAY TRIPS FROM DUBLIN (Ireland)===There are a good few options for a short day trip out of the city of Dublin. Especially if you are over for a few days only please give yourself some time for at least one of them as it Posted by ToddP in Traveled Far And Wide | Dec 3, 2018
  • Day 1- Montreal to GalwayStarted off our trip by going to the wrong gate... a 1 hour delay and a sleepless flight from Toronto to Dublin. Our luck didn't get much better when we arrived at the Dublin airport when we realized that Kristen's Posted by kristenskica in Europe Trip | Dec 6, 2018
  • Ireland and UKWell well what a time we had in Ireland. Trip over was good no real hassles. Met at port by Marie's cousin Wendy as her great aunt had a fall the day before , nothing serious but Wendy decided Posted by oldnick in My bucket list | Nov 7, 2018
  • Windy, Rainy, GloomyMorning broke; or rather it didn't. Yesterday's sun and majestic sunset is long gone. The sky is heavy overcast and a light rain is spitting into the wind.[img=https://photos.traveller Posted by paulej4 in RussRaff Crossing | Oct 17, 2018
  • Ireland, Coast To CoastAfter finding a small, automatic transmission car at Avis, no small feat, we negotiated the round-about laden route to downtown Dublin and our hotel. Dropping our bags we trekked to Ga Posted by paulej4 in RussRaff Crossing | Oct 15, 2018
  • Our Last Full Day in IrelandWe left late in the morning from Portrush and drove south back to Dublin. We checked into our hotel and returned our rental car. Leo and Mary took one last long walk on a beautiful day in Ireland. We had Posted by maryschulz in Traveling Tales of Ireland | Oct 1, 2018
  • Sightseeing on the Coastal RouteWe drove ten minutes to the Giant’s Causeway which is a World Heritage site. It’s very interesting and has a visitors center and trail leading to the ocean. The walk was fun, but it was a cold day. We drove along Posted by maryschulz in Traveling Tales of Ireland | Oct 1, 2018
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