Caha'S Bed And Breakfast
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When we left Spanish Point to go to Kenmare it was a long drive about 3 hours. On the way there was a ferry we needed to go on. When we got to the ferry there was still another 30 minutes till the next ferry left. So I went in to the shop and decided to get an ice-cream sandwich. When I had finished the ferry was ready to go so we got in the car and drove the car on. Onboard there was a poly shop that I bought a box of pringle ...
... which lie close to Lough Derg.
We turned off the main road at Gort and wound our way along minor roads experiencing some beautiful scenery along the way. On reaching Scarriff we found a lovely village and the perfect place for an icecream stop.
From here we continued to Tuamgraney which is virtually linked to Scarriff as there is only 1km between them. The road then travelled along the lower portion of Lough Derg which ...
I haven't mentioned what we have been eating over here, partly because the food hasn't been particularly noteworthy and partly because Alex, as our resident chef de cuisine, was meant to cover this. He's been pretty busy driving, changing diapers and planning the next day's route. To answer your question, Ellen, we've mostly been having breakfast at our B&B's, grabbing snacks for the road and eating in local pubs at night. Supper is ...
... of love', and how we stay alive from all the constant drop bear attacks back home. Halfway through the conversation of ****, Kill Marry, three of them passed out from exhaustion, only to wake around 7:30pm, just in time for us to head out for a drink or six. With dinner completely forgotten about, the six of us headed out to the Porterhouse Brewery pub, a four story bar with some fantastic beer, ales of all colours and opacity, lagers, stouts... this place brewed every ...
... fallen off the side of a mountain. As we traveled through the beautiful scenery we had a great view of the Skellig rocks. What are they? The Skelligs are these huge rocks (more like mountains) in the middle of the ocean where over a 1000 years ago a group of monks climbed and carved a monetary out of hand. AKA one of the world’s hidden gems of true beauty. From Sneem we traveled to Waterville where the infamous Charlie Chaplin enjoyed his holiday.after that ...