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We boarded the bus after a fabulous breakfast for a full day of activities. First stop was the Cobh (pronounced Cove) Heritage Centre. There was a lot of history here. This was the last port of call for the Titanic so it was very interesting. We got lots of pics and I even managed a spot of shopping, a Moreno cable cardigan made in Ireland. Very nice and reasonably price €79.95 ($138:00). As ...
In true Irish style we woke to a very bleak rainy day, apparently this has been the wettest Irish summer in years. It maybe raining but there is NO way we will let that ruin our trip.
We woke at 6am to Mum trying to be quiet in her 'Mum' way but secretly i think she was clambering around to rouse us and hurry up and start the day. She's like a child at Christmas time! I dont think she realizes what an inside voice it.
Our day consisted ...
... set of Gold vestments as well as the only piece of clothing to survive King Henry the VIII's reign. I found it all quite interesting but my job was to keep the men moving. We joined back up with the ladies (who had done their best to support Waterford-they shipped home the goodies), and Terry took over the driving duties. We drove along the coast, stopping frequently at pull-outs to admire the view.
We quickly stopped in Middleton, a ...
... looked wild and dangerous and the fog added to the atmosphere. Hard for the photos to do justice. Next stop, Bantry. A cute little fishing village in a bay. They still have a working water wheel that was part of a mill. And according to Dad they have some cannons somewhere on the square. We couldn't see any cannons, so we asked. The locals didn't know what we were talking about, but by chance ...
We make it to the town of Killarney, the gateway to the park. It's a lovely town, quite large too. We imagine the town grew alongside the popularity of the park. Killarney is also the beginning of the tour-bus route through the Ring of Kerry, so it's not surprising. We walk through the city center. The shops are brightly colored with window displays trying to entice visitors for a closer look. We find an ice cream shop, but it's closed; we'll have to stop here on our way home. ...