- Jul 14, 2010
I assume you are referring to Mt Leinster.Carlow: Pleasant walks along the Barrow. The scallion eaters are very proud of who they are, and have the highest mountain in Leinster.
I am indeed a Dub but I have an IQ of 160.
Louth: I used to live in Drogheda.
You would not mistake a Louth accent for any other county.
More dual carriageway per head of population than any other county, and more road deaths per head. Then there's the beautiful Carlingford peninsula.
Roscommon: Sheep shaggers.
Carlow: Pleasant walks along the Barrow. The scallion eaters have the highest mountain in Leinster.
Mulinavegas... That's a gem. This thread is not so stupid as some of the posters have claimed - when you tell someone where you're from there isn't too much interesting to say about these counties; except they are right slap in the middle of the country and considering the island is so small you're always either near the edge or near the middle anyway.The Carlow accent has a lot of knackerish in it.
A proper rural Kilkenny accent is completely different to anything in 'Carla'.
Lots of peculiar grammer and words if you speak to anybody around Mulinavegas.
Apart of course from the Shannon! The journey from Athlone to Shannonbridge via Clonmacnoise is spectacular. Shannon Harbour is a great spot, ditto Banagher on the Shannon.Offaly has pretty much no major rivers in it (by major I mean, something you can run a boat down).