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Local Activities in West Waterford

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A list of activities one can attempt when in the area. I may have missed some – so let me know 🙂

The Activities Page of Glenribbeen Eco Lodge site (http://www.glenribbeen.com) has a fairly complete list ;

Glenribbeen - The Eco-Blog

Glenribbeen Eco Lodge is happy to announce that we have a special offer for all members of the British NHS.

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http://www.ihacom.co.uk/

gite, charming rental and luxury holiday rental book direct with owner” target=”_blank”>IHA.com : Holiday rentals, bed and breakfast and  self catering accommodation book direct with owner
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Pig on a Spit at the Towers

August 19, 2012 all day – The Towers, Ballysaggertmór, Lismore Co Waterford Pig on a Spit – a fund-raiser for the KMD-V Waterford. A new community group to help promote the Southside of the Knockmealdowns for sustainable tourism and citizen health. Organized by Peter O’Connor | Type: bbq, nature, walks, ‘n’, talks, and, medieval, fancy-dress.

See Heritage Week for more details.

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Glenribbeen (S)chic

t’Ante Beth settles with newborn. Renamed Kippie.

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I got into a ‘discussion’ with someone who insists that the Irish are a Celtic nation – which flies in the face of language…

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About pfiddle

Fiddle teacher - mostly Irish trad. Fiddle, mandolin and concertina. Eco-warrior, won E.U. Green Flower Award for Eco Accommodation. Also Irish (Gold) GHA. Green Hospitality Award. Mad keen on self-build - especially straw-bale and cob. 55 with a full head of (slightly) graying hair. No tattoos or piercings. Fond of animals - but legally so. Fond of food - I eat nothing else. Vegetarian by choice, Irish by the grace of birth, Munster by force of (rugby) arms.

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