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We found first, located just outside the walls of the site. Patrick’s Rock, most likely because it’s the reputed site of the conversion to Christianity of Aenghus, the King of Munster, by St. The site has a number of buildings mostly dating from the 12th and 13th Centuries.
The last cache on our way out was with a nice view to the Rock and a great way to end the weekend’s caching, aside from the massive rip I got in my favourite geocaching trousers, which meant they had to go in the bin when I got home 🙁 The things we do to get a cache!
The obligatory group photos were taken back at GZ, with just a few people missing and I decided a CITO selfie was in order too (this may become a tradition!
) On the way home, we stopped in the town of Cashel to pick up a few smileys and see the famous Rock of Cashel.
That, and the terrible data connection in the area!
A satellite event on an island is fast becoming a tradition on geocamping weekend and this year was no different as we headed for Holy Island.
Ms Maycock told the Sunday Independent: "There are guys in their 50s and 60s coming to us looking for a woman 20 years younger and we have to tell them there is absolutely no circumstances that dream is going to happen, but maybe we could look at someone five or 10 years younger." She added: "Quite a few guys are in competition with their friends.
It's not talked about, but it is at a subconscious level.
, has become an annual event in the Irish geocaching calendar.
As the name suggests, the idea is that attendees camp at the chosen campsite and then attend various side events across the weekend.