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Week 6

A travel blog entry by jolubrano

... towards Ballinskelligs where we got to play in a real castle on the beach and enjoy the warm weather for once! After playing in the sand we traveled through Portmagee, Cathersiveen and Kells back to our accommodation but not without stopping at the famous Cahergal stone forts that were built around 600 BC. Honestly this trip is a dream for any child; hiking mountains, playing with farm animals, exploring a real sand castle and climbing medieval forts, this ...

Happy Happy 10 yr Anniversary!!

A travel blog entry by darbydarling


... eeee - we are still alive!! Daniel is doing an amazing job with the driving though - i must admit. We have been skipping the touristy type stops and stumbling upon real Ireland, it is great. there really are ruins on the side of the road. We have seen some great countryside, castles and towns. cant wait to fill you all in when we get home. Love ...

Shaggy Sheeps and Learning the One-fingered Salute

A travel blog entry by zolina


... when we realized we couldn’t take the cable car to Dursey Island. But in the end, we were happy that we didn’t.

4. Scenic routes aren’t always worth it. The “coastal route” on the way home sounded like a good idea, but it was really just a waste of time.

5. Eating dinner at restaurants can be quite expensive and time-consuming. It may be better to sometimes get a quick bite to eat and have plenty of time to work on ...

Kenmare Days

A travel blog entry by posullivan09


Monday afternoon I left Listowel and headed down to Kenmare. Although the busses in Ireland are extremely comfortable, it can be quite confusing to get places. I left Listowel at 1 on a bus to Tralee where I got another bus to Killarney where I caught the last bus to Kenmare (and as I was walking up to Mary Ann's house Sheila and Fiona picked me up =]) Just hung around ...

Wide Campervan, Narrow Roads

A travel blog entry by melindam


Our campervan is about seven feet wide and twenty-two feet long. It's a pleasant size for cooking, eating, and sleeping. But it is WAY too big for Irish roads!

The N roads usually have a white stripe down the center and two lanes, each about eight feet wide. But the growth covering the rock walls along the sides of the road makes the lane appear narrower. When another campervan, ...


This B&B, located on Feorus West, Kenmare, is near Stone Circle, Kenmare Heritage Centre, Iverni Gallery, and Carraig An Cappeen.
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