An Riasc Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAn Riasc Bed and Breakfast Ballydavid
Although it's in the middle of nowhere, this B&B was a great place to stay for a couple of nights. The owner, Denise, is a great cook and very friendly. Our room was large and very nice. Driving out to it at night was a little tricky, but the views on a clear day are fantastic!
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... pitched supporting each other. The taste trail began at 1pm, we tried pulled pork mini burger, but then found Traditional Christmas Ling Pie, ling is a deep sea fish, can grow to 2mtres. They salt them. Hence the "pie" was quite salty. Basically, creamy, buttery, mashed potato with the ling added after being soaked for 3days, BONED (apparently they have lots of bones), then cooked and flaked. Then combine the fish with potatoes, put in the oven to ...
... had lunch sitting outdoors at a cafe in the heart of town called Zest. It was actually kind of hot sitting outside! Later in the afternoon we drove past Killarney to find the Blue Pool nature walk. It was a nice little 1.5 km walk to a very blue pool in the woods - not as blue as the blue pool at FRM but lovely nonetheless. Traffic in Killarney was crazy because the races are here again.
Dennis had heard that Ger was entertaining a bus group again at the Beaufort Bar so ...
... contrast thru the centuries. Our last stop was a "fairy fort" Ciher Dorganit was probably built about 1000BC. The coast line and views are similar to the Cabot Trail with more steer drops and more rocky. The usual trees found on the Cabot Trail are replaced by farm fields with stone fences or just a very rocky fields. Supper was in a different pub tonight followed by a local musician ...
Second day of class. Morning discussions were about secondary education. Two guests during this session. Sean Ahern, a retired Benedictine Brother and Dingle native enthralled the class with the history of Ireland, Dingle, education and local flavor. Also joining the discussion was Tom Penny A retired Canadian teacher who offered great insight.
Later, Padraig Feirtear, the Dingle High School principal, talked with us about secondary education in Ireland. He is a veteran ...
... on top of a hill with a ruined castle-14km round trip along the cliffs. Stunning. A call in to our local pub for a Guinness (thought I best have one) to celebrate our walk and then back to our B& B to be greeted with sticky date pudding and coffee. We are going to have to step up the walking to counteract all this food. This holiday is just what we wanted. Small villiages in out of the way places and lots of ...