Category Archives: Ireland

This is our hiking trip in Ireland; Pictures and stories as well as links to other photos

Ireland Day 11 – Dark Hedges – some really cool trees

We got off to a very slow start this morning.   I was up early putting the pictures in earlier blog posts that we were not able to do then.  We had breakfast around 9 and were joined by a couple … Continue reading

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Ireland Day 10 – heading to Ballymoney and a real big garden

Well we headed off to Ballymoney this morning by taxi as we didn’t want to haul our bags into 3 buses or 1 bus and 1 train.  Much easier and pretty cheap.  Only 15 minutes as well instead of 45.  … Continue reading

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Ireland Day 9 – A tourist day – sort of

Connie says…. After getting up for the past week having somewhere to go this morning felt very strange.  I felt kind of at loose ends.  The night before our host JJ suggested we make the trip to Londonderry/Derry.  That would … Continue reading

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Ireland Day 8 – A huge castle and really long beaches

Just to change things up – Connie has done the first post and I will follow What a gorgeous day this was!  We left the B&B and stopped to get some food to nibble on along the way.  Barry got … Continue reading

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Ireland Day 4 – up and down and a long way over

Ireland Day 4 – It’s a long way to Balleycastle It’s another sunny day in Ireland – or at least right now it is.   We are supposed to see storms this afternoon.   So with a quick breakfast of oatmeal and … Continue reading

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Ireland Day 7 – how many hills are in Ireland anyway????

Well, once the noise died down downstairs (Saturday night in Ireland), and the partyers came back from the bar (after 1 am), it got real quiet – even though our room was on the street side, and the highway goes … Continue reading

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Some reflections from Barry – midtrip

We have been here for almost a week now and it is maybe time for some overall reflections or observations I have (Connie will have her own I am sure). We have seen lots of diversity here, whether it be the … Continue reading

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