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... Irish people. I am learning how big the world actually is — physically and mentally — and find myself beginning to question more and develop concise, logical personal morals through learning other perspectives.
This past weekend, I realized how big the world actually is. On Friday (9/26/14), we arrived at our first stop three hours from Maynooth — County Cork. We stopped at ...
Nice breakfast again as we were regaled with many stories from Evelyn about her failed marriage, her brilliant children and many other guests over time. The good weather fairy appears to have had a day off as the rain is reasonably heavy and consistent. Then it was off to Kilarney via the Dingle peninsular and in particular the Slea head drive on the Peninsular. En route to the Peninsular, we passed through the pretty town of Adair and the Tralee ...
... a public beach. We spent some time exploring the ruined castle tower called Ballinskelligs Castle, and walking along the beach. It was a calm, peaceful place.
As we continued our trek around the Ring of Kerry, we saw a sign for the tallest cliffs in County Kerry. We decided to stop and see what the fuss was about. We walked from the parking lot along a trail that was slightly uphill through some pretty pastures. The fences were cool. They were originally made out ...
... the calfs we started the short hike up the Cliffs and despite the fog the views were still magnificent and even thought the weather wasn't great, the water was extremely blue, which I was not expecting. There were also mass amounts of sheep on the walk to the cliffs, which made it a tad bit more enjoyable. When we got back to the bus we went to the Valentia slate quarries, which are apparently very famous and the slate is shipped and used all over the world. There ...
... than Dingle. We had no idea how to even catch the bus
to get to Doolin. We got into a cab in Limerick and asked to be
taken to the bus station. At the bus
station the clerk told us that we needed to get on a bus headed for Galway and
then switch busses at the Enis stop for Doolin.
We all know that I like to be ready for things like this. I want to understand where I am going, how I
am getting there, bus numbers, ticket prices, ...