All Other Attractions in Donegal Reviews
Newest Review: ... Great. But I think we'll have problems booking, so next time we're here...". I was outvoted. Next day we headed for the stables. The horses had been recommended and trained for actions and for voice - if this was meant to provide comfort it wasn't working. I suggested that it may rain and that I should drive behind with appropriate clothing, failing that I could always stay behind and wash the dishes, wash the dogs, wash the brick work. No deal, I was going. The stables weren't quite what I expected. They were more relaxed and welcoming - not Lady Tara at Home Farm (Emmerdale watchers will ... more
Customer All Other Attractions in Donegal Reviews (2)
by - written on 29/09/01, updated on 13/10/01 (Very useful, 163 readings)
At the age of six I was obviously more interested in my ice-cream cone than I was in the back end of a dapple horse. It was a mistake, but at that age you don't listen to grown-ups. A swish of its long tail should have alerted me but when that failed, a hoof embedded in my thigh did the job. For two weeks I nursed a very bruised leg, for 30+ years I harboured a total dislike for anything equine and, to be honest, I really haven't been all that keen on ice-cream since it happened either. Having had such an experience at an early age it's not surprising that when pony trekking was suggested, while sipping a quiet beer, I immediately asked for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/01, updated on 29/08/01 (Very useful, 336 readings)
I have heard tales of “God’s Country” and it’s utopia of green fields; breathtaking scenery and mythical mysteries but I’ve never believed in fairy tales…err…well…na, I won’t go that far! However, having visited Donegal I can understand why Ireland has such a reputation for it’s outstanding beauty, hospitality and of course, story telling. I’m about to take you on a trip I recently made to Donegal and I fear it’s only a fraction of what Donegal and Ireland has to offer – my apologies to all those effected by my ignorance. However, this is what I got up to (steady!) for 2 days. ... Read the complete review
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