Headley Court B&B
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As usual, Kathleen was the perfect hostess in her delightful B&B.
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Easy day today. Out by 9:00AM headed for the Rock of Cashel. This was our only stop for the day. I think we are beginning to wear our tour guide down. This castle is on a high rock outcropping and is the center of the town. Very large and interesting. an Abbey, Abbey Hore, was built just below the castle.
Back to Headly Court by 2:45PM for …
On the road at 9:00AM with another long day ahead of us. Through Killarney then north and a turn west along the southern coast of the Dingle Peninsula.
First stop Dunbeg Fort. Apparnetly it was damaged in a storm last year so it is closed for repairs. A little further down the road we stopped at an older woman's house to look at a bee hive …
Left Killarney at 9:30 and headed for Dingle. We took roads 563 to 561and ?? to Dingle. The countryside always green and small towns always fascinating. We stopped at a "beach" called Inch Strand near the town of Inch. The Inch Strand is a piece of land that juts out into the estuary. It must have been low tide because the water was so far out... interesting. The sand was very fine and must be a great place to be when it is warm ...
... went off a few times, but I was oblivious to most of the mess. While mayhem broke loose outside, I slept in a cloud, elated from the wonderful evening I just experienced.
After attending class and a lecture in town on Thursday, one of my workshop facilitators picked me up and took me to his rental house where he, the other workshop facilitator, and a singer from the night before were staying for my final interview. The ...
... but they have a lot of it. One list I found that seemed good for sharing puts Ireland as the number one beer drinking country in the world at 155 liters per person per year. And that’s an average, folks. You have non drinkers or those who don’t really drink much, which means others are well above that average. 155 liters is 41 gallons, 460 pounds of liquid, fits in a tank 36”x18”x16” (found this info on ...