Camp Junction House & Apartments
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... city and visited a museum about Galway history. On my last full day here I walked over to the next city (Salthill), which seemed to be a tourist destination for the Irish. The streets were littered with casinos as well. I spent the day laying on a rock, napping, and dipping my toes into the frigid water. My evenings consisted of watching women's soccer and Robocop with the long term residents of the hostel. Tuesday is travel day to ...
... it with our bare foreheads touching the stone. That largest stone weighs 40 tones and was hauled about 10 miles from where it was quarried. Amazing. Phil didn't want to leave. He swore the stones were calling him back. But we had to get down to Dingle, so He couldn't stay.
It took about 2.5 hours to get from Lough Gur to Dingle, mostly on smaller roads. The countryside here is ...
... there. Beth made a rubbing of the foot stone of the grave that said Dillon. Liam also told us that the Dillon's owned an equestrian center in Freshford and we saw that as we drove through. Then we drove to Rock of Cashel and looked around there for an hour or so. Then we headed out toward Dingle. We decided to go to Killorglin, which is at the north edge of the Ring of Kerry. We drove through ...
Today was an early start so we could walk to the neighboring Killarney National Park which contains 26,000 acres of land (American parks run a few million acres), three lakes, a large herd of protected red deer (which are in rutting season -- pretty melodious roaring of the stag) and a large variety of forest land. Learned the difference between the Irish yew and the common yew, saw different kinds of trees which have been transplanted to Ireland and flourish better there than in ...
... so that was nice :)
At first I had a bit trouble understanding all of what the driver was saying although I didn't feel as bad about it anymore as I had earlier in my trip (and that's mostly because I had asked Beth - the American girl I met in the hostel's pub - yesterday if she ever had trouble understanding the irish and yeah, apparently she did). But he was a knowledgeable guy, typically irish too, lots of moaning and snarky humour. In ...