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Travel Blogs from Killorglin
... boat and he said, take it easy lassie but hurry it along..I just crack up all the time, the humour is just a natural part of the Irish, I just love it.
Am attaching a photo of Coleen and self on the carriage. The driver was a scream also, we saw a cross on the side of the road and we asked him what happened, he said it was his wife and a tragic story, he said we were laying by the lake enjoying a beautiful day
and a wave came and washed her away..it ...
... After dumping my ****, I took off to book an archaeological tour of the peninsula that I hoped to take the next day. I lucked out however, and arrived in town about an hour before the afternoon tour. After signing up, I ran over to the local Super Valu grocery and picked up some eats to munch down at the harbor (it was an exceptionally nice day). The tour was wonderful, and super interesting. I accomplished what I had planned to do the next day in a couple hours on a small bus ...
... largest national park in Ireland.
From Killarney, we headed to Dingle. The name is silly, but this fishing town is seriously adorable. The houses are colorful and would probably give our Homeowner's Association members all heart attacks. After wandering the town and giving food tips to a family from Minnesota, I was content to simply sit on the harbor and watch the boats go by. To quell my grumbling stomach, I munched on fish ...
... a total "white out" situation with limited visibility and pelting rain.
The road was steep, twisting and with few pull outs. We pushed on thinking the best thing to do was to come down out of it as soon as possible. The cold rain coating our face shields caused fogging on the inside of our shields that was difficult to keep cleared. We could not afford the addition obscuring of our vision so we all ended up riding down the mountain with ...
... how to split
it up. We saw Brandon Bay which is world
renowned for windsurfing. John told us
an interesting story about Ceann Sleibhe or Slea Head . A renowned Irishman lived there with his 7
wives. He accused one wife of being
unfaithful so he beheaded her and threw her body over the cliff, so the name
Slea Head was attached to this cliff. Our last stop was the Gallarus Oratory
built in the 4th-7th century. It was a ...