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... Jake would like it. Our meal was really good, good quality sea food treated well. I had the seafood garden salad, a celebration of Autumn and it was more than pleasantly surprising. It shouldn't have been a surprise because we are right on the coast, seen salmon fisherman all day and driven past numerous oyster leases. Additionally 2 Irish musicians (is that a tautology or an oxymoron?) played so it was food, Guinness, beer and music. Well 2 out of 3 ain't bad! The pub is 15 ...
... set off to the Tim Healy Pass on the neighbouring lesser known Beara Peninsula which had been recommended to us by Gail's dad, Nick.
It was a great trip - right from the outset leaving Kenmare the scenery on this route was lovely, through pretty countryside, beautiful valleys and past little Bays. Healy Pass, with its stunning rugged scenery and zig zagging little road up through the barren, rock covered valley, which many long haired, black faced sheep ...
... s and have a pint. The Weltons came over later on for a glass of wine at the cottage before we ventured into Killorglin for our last dinner at Sol y Sombra. While we were waiting for them we put on the Adventure Dining playlist and Laura, Dennis, and I danced around in the front garden like crazy people.
The Weltons were planning to do the Ring of Kerry drive on Thursday and we had major packing to do, but first we had to go to Ronnie Moore's house to pick up our ...
... arrears of rent (13 March).Three-quarters of the potato harvest was lost through blight (Summer/Fall).
The first deaths from starvation were reported.
The Famine was at its height.
Typhus and other diseases spread throughout the country.
The potato harvest was blight-free but small. The corn harvest was good.
380 doctors were thought to have died in Ireland between the start of the famine and the end of 1847.
... our itinerary. Murphy’s isn’t your ordinary ice-cream shop. Flavors include Sea Salt, Toasted Oats, Rum Raisin, Bailey’s Irish Cream, and they have also experimented with flavors such as Mint Pea and Smoked Salmon (though they were not on the menu at the time, not to mention the latter apparently did not fare too well). The clerk immediately recognized that we were ice cream connoisseurs and set out to have ...