Last week we set off on another adventure in County Kildare. Just before the weather gets bad (which it is right now!). Hubby and me took a day off to treat Matthew on his birthday while Chloe attended creche. It was nice to have one on one time and just focus on one child. I looked up beforehand where we could possibly go. This time we chose Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park. It looked good on the website.
Recently we took a trip down to County Wexford. We were staying in a hotel in Wexford for one night and then decided to travel up to a farm called Kia Ora Mini Farm. There are so many farms in Ireland and we have been to quite a few. This one got great reviews so we thought we are going to give it bash despite the rain that day.
Last weekend we continued our Irish adventures and drove down to County Wexford. For us this county is very handy to visit as it’s not even two hours away from home. With two kids you can make this in one stretch no problem.
Not too long ago, in fact just two weekends ago, my friend and her boyfriend were staying with us for a weekend away in Kildare. Prior to that we took to the world wide web to see what days out we could plan. We looked at options for indoor as well as outdoor activities. You never know what the weather may be like. But we were promised no rain.
Last weekend we did something super fun. I couldn’t actually believe how I never came across this place before. It’s so close by from our house. The other day I was browsing the web to find some fun stuff to do as a family because we were promised the best weather. I stumbled across “The Kildare Maze” which is located not even twenty minutes from Naas.
On Sunday the hubby, the kids and I set off on an adventure. An adventure to County Wicklow… Rathwood to be exact. We were invited to ride on the Easter train, meet the Easter bunny and do lots lots more.