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... main event, is called a Ceilidh. Ceilidh, (pronounced kaylee), is a gathering of music and dancing, which is exactly what this giant, many roomed, magical event was. He told me that he has traveled the globe, that he visited Australia and the states and England, and yet he never finds fringe events like this. He couldn’t understand how people in the US can just go to a concert then go home, and maybe if they are feeling extra social they will ...
19 July 2011
Rest Day In Dingle
We decided to take an extra day and hang out in Dingle. There's lots of good music here, plus we wanted to get our laundry done. We also pa ked up a small box of items that we decided we didn't really need and mailed them back home.
That evening, we hit the An Droichid Beag - the Small Bridge Bar and saw some great traditional Irish music. We danced to a few songs ...
At 214 m high and a span of 8km, the Cliffs of Moher are definitely a beautiful sight. They are on the Western seaboard of County Clare and can be seen from many places in Ireland. When we arrived at the Cliffs it was raining and cold, but it was the only opportunity we had to explore so we all sucked it up and walked to the top. The walk up was chilly and windy, but when we reached O'Briens tower, I thought I was going to ...
Usual variety of breakfasts, then back through Caha Pass toward Killarney. Torc Waterfall suddenly appeared and we had time so climbed partway up. Granny's knees weren't interested in the full climb, plus they had been here twice before, so we all took some pictures and headed on toward Killarney Town.
After a few missteps we located Deros Tours' office (free parking in the car park up the street on Sunday!) just as the buses were loading and off we went.
We signed ...
We crossed the Shannon from County Kerry into County Clare on the Tarbert-Killimer ferry. As we descended down from Tralee toward the river, it gradually got hazier. By the time we reached the river and its ferry, we had split-pea soup on our hands.
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