Coffey's River's Edge

The Bridge, Killorglin, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
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Lost in Killarney

A travel blog entry by goddessphoto

3

... ride was a little rough, and Anthony told us this was Casey's first day back after a 3 week rest. She had gotten lazy and didn't want to participate in the jaunty ride. I guess she didn't realize she WAS the jaunty ride. Anthony gave us a brief history of the Muckross Family Lands in between his shouts to Casey to "come ook". Which I guess is Gaelic for "come-on-you-lazy-horse". We arrived at the house in one piece and signed up for the next tour. It was ...

Day Eight – Dingle Berries!

A travel blog entry by meckley

20

... have been about a hundred kids standing in front. We waited until the students were gone. This was a dry stone structure, which means that there was no mortar used to hold the stones in place. It was in the shape of an upside down boat, because of the corbeled ceiling. It is supposed to have no leaks. Since it was raining and we were dry inside, it must still be working.

We stopped back at Inch Beach. The surfers ...

The fighting Irish

A travel blog entry by gdobak

3

... I run over and find out that I was of course going in the complexly wrong direction.

Together again we decide to start making it back towards the hostel thinking that it was nearing the end of the night. Of course this was short lived because as soon as we get to the first little area of grass, Josh and Aaron start play fighting. Of course it’s all fun and games until someone gets overhanded to the face. What had started and ...

And the Winner Is

A travel blog entry by tomandscherie

1
54

... that there are no entrance fees for the parks here, the VAT has just been reduced and non EU residents can claim back most of the VAT on items they purchase here. No wonder the country is broke and in recession.

Ok national park visited and onwards to Dublin. An easy four hour drive on the motorway, passing beautiful houses, farmland and villages, two tolls and into Dublin. Still very overcast, rain and cold. Managed to find ...

Cliffs and Caves

A travel blog entry by ari.paul

5

... went to the visitor centre where they have a display about the cliffs. It talked about the movement of the tectonic plates and showed where they once were through to where they are predicted to be in 50 million years. Canberra is one place that looks still to be there, but Ireland would be under water and it looks like Western Australia would have collided with Singapore. There was also a virtual tour of the cliffs of Moher, which followed ...

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This B&B, located on The Bridge, Killorglin, is near Eask Tower, Ballykissane Pier, Kerry Glass Studio and Visitor Centre, and Wilma's Cheese Factory.
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