Ireland Pocket Adventures
Tina Neylon, Toni Wheeler
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Maps by Toni Wheeler.
Full-color maps throughout.
Tells you everything about the food, from bacon & cabbage to Irish stew and black pudding, and the best places to get it. All about the thousands of historical sites to explore prehistoric stone circles, ruined castles, Ogham stones. Explores all the towns, from Killarnee to Glengarriff. Details all the outdoor activities, such as hill walking, golf, deep sea angling. Plus the best places to stay for all budgets, based on personal visits.
Like other Adventure Guides, this shows you how to experience the country more intensely and directly than most travelers know how to do getting out of the tour bus, the taxi or the rental car and seeing the place close-up, through walks, bike rides, horseback excursions, culinary adventures, interacting with the people.
The author, an Ireland native, is the Arts Editor and Book Editor at The Irish Examiner newspaper. Other guides to Ireland lack this level of detail, the outdoor adventure perspective and the emphasis on direct experience of the country. The native Irish resident author offers an insider s perspective that the other guides lack. Tina Neylon lives in County Cork and Ireland is her passion. As a freelance journalist, much of her work has been published in The Irish Examiner, where she has also served as the Books Editor. Her knowledge of the country is extensive and she's thrilled to write Hunter's Adventure Guide to Ireland.
Open mid-March to mid-October. tel./fax (066) 947-5188; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.wavecrestcamping.com. *** Glenbeg is also on the Ring of Kerry at Caherdaniel. It's next to a sandy beach. Open mid-April to early October. . (066) 947-5182; email@example.com. ** Casey's is in the middle of the village of Ballyheigue and is open from early May to mid-September. . (066) 713-3195; fax 713-3255. *** Mannix Point camping and RV park is at Caherciveen surrounded by mountains on three sides and
their religion as Catholic, an increase of 3% in 10 years. Catholics are in the majority in some parts of Ulster - Derry City, County Fermanagh,County Armagh and parts of Belfast. In the most recent census 20.7% were recorded as Presbyterian, 15.3% as Church of Ireland and 3.5% as Methodist, and a further 6.1% belonged to other Protestant, Christian or Christian-related denominations. Social Change There have been huge changes in attitude towards sexuality over the last 20 years or so,
Leitrim through the Counties of Cork, Limerick, Tipperary, Galway, Roscommon, Sligo and eventually Leitrim arose as a result of the Irish and the Spanish defeat in the Battle of Kinsale at the hands of the English. The Battle of Kinsale began on October 17th, 1601, with the 3,400 Spanish soldiers under the command of Aquilla, supported by O'Sullivan Bere, O'Driscoll and the O'Connors of Kerry. Aquilla surrended on January 12th, 1602, and handed over the four Spanish-defended castles along the
waymarked trails. The lodges are made up of four apartments that sleep four or five, and have been tastefully designed using lots of wood and stone. They have a courtyard and landscaped garden with a barbecue. (047) 89997; fax 89926; firstname.lastname@example.org. Guests can enjoy the amenities at the Sliabh Beagh Tourism Centre in the village as well. (047) 89014; email@example.com; www.knockatallon.com. *** Overlooking its own private lake is Lisanisk House, within walking distance of
styles. The Brewery is housed in The Goods Store, an old stone building, beautifully restored and converted, with a visitors’ bar, beside Carlow Railway Station. Tours by appointment. tel. (059) 913-4356; fax 40038; www.carlowbrewing.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. An American Military Memory Captain Myles Keogh of the 7th Cavalry, killed with General Custer at the Battle of Little Big Horn, is remembered at the County Carlow Military Museum, Old Church, St. Dympna’s Hospital, Athy Road,