Caha'S Bed And Breakfast
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... the jeweler we met in Dublin. She certainly was correct. The meal was delicious!
It was a wonderful, relaxed day and we enjoyed it immensely. Thirty years ago we would never have imagined that we would spend our 30th anniversary walking hand-in-hand in Kenmare, County Kerry. The time here in Ireland is passing too quickly. We are already talking about returning someday ...
This place is Gorgeous!
It's so quiet and green and there is a wonderful cafe!
And I am doing acro with one of the girls in exchange for food! Winner!
Two fun things.
And the food....is....so....good! It's really healthy and tasty!
I actually helped in the kitchen today and made a vegan chocolate brownie. Ok so not everything is healthy.
It was such a nice day though, very relaxed compared to the past week!
Lisa xo ...
... on for the next hour. They all agreed with Dennis and myself that it was some of the prettiest country they had ever seen. We stopped again high up on the Gap of Dunloe for what Dennis and I called the Gap of Dunloe Bar. We had wine, whiskey, and cheeses along with the best view ever! The only problem was the wind was still howling and it was soooo cold. We were all wishing for gloves and long underwear. The final stop was at Kate Kearney's for dinner. ...
... the best one so far in Ireland with plenty of room and en-suite,
We have decided to spend an extra night in Killarney and cut our Dublin return to just one night as there is much more to see in this area. Fortunately have been able to delay our accommodation in Galway by one night. We also decided we will probably do the Ring of Kerry on a tour rather than attempting it ourselves tomorrow as ...
Written by Rich
The Irish weather gods aren't much use, as it turns out. It was a totally gray morning, with periods of light misty rain alternating with occasional downpours. After another breakfast of strangely molded scrambled eggs with various things on the side, we headed out into the grayness back to Kenmare and onto the Ring of Kerry, not that we’d be able to see much of it in that weather but at least we ...