Coill An Rois (Forest of the Roses)
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... Tonight Dingle, tomorrow Doolin and Sunday something new, the Connemara coast and Westport. We are super lucky on the hotel, right on Main Street near all the trad. pubs. We have a delicious dinner at Fenton's then naturally we gorge ourselves on Murphy's for desert. We luck out with at table at O'Sullivan's Courthouse Pub and sip pints waiting for the trad session to commence...and it's the same musicians from our very first visit to Dingle with Genny and David! They are ...
... fungus. I find an ancient gravestone peaking out of the grass, with a small stone cross carved in its center. It's both humbling and awe inspiring standing in a place where people have lived, laughed and loved for a thousand years. As we make our way back to Dingle and eventually home, we make our final stop at a fairy fort. An ancient circular fort for a clan chieftain, untouched for over a thousand years because the locals believed the ringed forts to be ...
After a long night, everyone slept in on Wednesday morning. In the afternoon we boarded a bus for a guided tour of a special area on the Dingle Peninsula about 20 miles from Dingle. Brother Sean O'Hern led the group to an example of a "Holy Well". These sites are found throughout Ireland and were thought of as ...
... near the seashore, as well as even a huge caravan/camping community. On the way back across to Dingle we took the "high road" which goes over Connor Pass at about 3,000 feet. Those of you in Ouray may think 3,000 feet is not a big deal, but the wind on the top of the pass easily rocked the vehicle, and taking a photo was almost impossible! The road at the pass section is one lane, but goes both ways....as in a lot of ...
... br> The wind was easterly and Hugh was not keen in going into Carrigaholt so he contacted Kilrush Marina and they were not very accommodating.
At this stage it was around midnight.and the tide was out.
This area is very familiar to me but in the darkness I found it very difficult.
Oh what wouldn't I have done to have a chart-plotter.
Scattery Island was next,it all looks so different in the darkness with Moneypoint ahead.
Moneypoint is the largest ...