Carraig Liath House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to and from the island. The Skelligs are also known for their gannet and puffin sanctuarys, the 2nd largest in the world.
The following day we enjoyed a few hours with Russell on his yacht sailing around Valentia, and later that day we did a few serious walks, the first up Geokaun mountain and fogher cliffs and then up to Bray head where we did the loop walk out to and around Bray heads.
... of the things we saw on the drive were 'bee-hive' type houses which are hundreds of years old. We stopped for a photo and two of them which were right next to the highway. The two houses are on private property and if you want to get a close up picture of the structures, the owner of the property runs out and demands a 2 euro fee. Some of our tour paid for it. But I just used my camera lens to get a good shot. ...
... just made, to render a scone to Linda on arrival. We'd not made a plan, so whether she'd feel able to leave the bus station and get lunch, I really didn't know. Second shop much more conventional, for the record, bread and fillings got and eaten. I nearly are the second scone anyway, mind. So, to Tralee. The phone knew where the bus stop was and I pulled in. Could I see a familiar face? I could not. Did I dare leave the car and wander? It was a pay car park, but ought to be alright. ...
... once we figured out how to avoid burning the bread, we had a delicious spaghetti dinner.
As soon as we finished eating, it began raining. This didn’t
deter most of us from the group from going into Dingle to grab a pint (or for
those hanging out with Professor Downs, apparently several pints). Natalie and I walked with another friend from UMKC, Anna, and her fiancÚ Aaron. It’s ...
Mark O"Connor referred to Ireland as a "weather challenged country"...who could put it better?
Only a short trip out yesterday afternoon when the weather lifted a bit, or at least sufficient for us to make our way round the mountain to the western side of the peninsula. Stopped off at Waterville to do some browsing and ultimately shopping, in the golf shop. The car park was full and there were two magnificent choppers parked on the grass next ...