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... The stream had lots of boulders and the water was rushing over them. Apart from where the water ran deepest, it was all green with moss, trees and vines. Every centimetre of it was postcard picture perfect. Five minutes up the creek and I came to the waterfalls. My god it was beautiful, I'm sure I've seen professional photos of this waterfall, it looked so familiar. It was about 20 foot high so not huge, but rushing white water tumbling and turning over the rocky slide, ...
... to get to Dingle earlier so there will be no 5 line poems but feel free to add one in comments but they must conform to the Limerick form of rhyme & rhythm. The Bard with me will award prizes. Leaving the Cliffs of Moher we travelled South down the spectacular coast and even got a shot of the contrasting Cliffs of Less which don't feature in any of the tourist brochures but the world premier unveiling of them is in this blog. Driving further down the coast, I ...
... dramatic! They also went to the grocery store and got me supplies for the BRAT diet...oh boy, just what I want to eat while in Ireland.
We all took afternoon naps that day, then late in the afternoon decided to back to the store in Killorglin for dinner supplies. Just for the sake of a little adventure we took the Glencar Rd which is a beautiful drive and goes around Carragh Lake; of course, it takes about 5 times longer to get to Killorglin that way. We bought ...
... supporting the treaty throughout the conflict.
The town was eventually overcome by superior numbers of anti-Treaty forces belonging to the Kerry No. 2 and 3 Brigades in June 1922. In the ensuing civil war between pro- and anti-treaty elements, Kerry was perhaps the worst ...
... lots of great advice and stories. She tells all the people hiking the Dingle Way to make sure they soak in a hot tub, directed us to the laundry so we could get our clothes washed, assured us that there was no need to tip in Ireland-only taxi drivers. "Why would you give your hard earned money away?" she said. The next morning after a hearty Irish breakfast and Kathleen insisting we pack the leftovers for lunch, I gave her a giant hug and ...