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... the summit which had an imposing Ogham stone (an ancient stone carved with a series of notches that translate to "Ronan the Priest, son of Comgan") set in the ground to make it clear the col (a pass between the two peaks) had been reached and nearly everything would be downhill from this point onwards. What wasn't clear was how quickly the wind could pick up and the visibility drop. We were descending in a whiteout, with gale force winds making it difficult to land your next foot ...
... sand, many kilometres long. Lunchtime was approaching and our options of finding a place to eat were nonexistent until we completed the beach walk. At around 1.30pm we did so and entered a small village that at first looked like it may have something to offer us for lunch - however that proved not to be the case and we pushed on to the next small village where a pub on the waterfront was serving up a variety of soups, amongst other ...
... got out of there without buying a single thing. JR succumbed to a few little gew-gaws, but nothing that didn't fit in his pocket. From there, we headed to Dingle, up and down winding roads and precarious cliff faces where we occasionally played chicken with the cars approaching us from the other direction. These were the iconic images of Ireland we all have seen in books - the patchwork quilt hills intersected with hedgerows and stone fences. Lovely! Another photo ...
... forgotten the Gaelic but it was a fun time. We then sauntered round to the other pub, which had just opened up and was starting to serve food. It was worth the wait and we walked back to our vans, replete! We got back just in time before the rain came and decided, after a game of cards, to have an early night in readiness for our long journey to Kilkenny in the ...
... balance it. The pie was delicious as well, with the beef literally melting in your mouth. The vegetables were a tad lighter than they could've been, but still quite good. The total bill was about 26 euros- delicious and so worth it. We walked back to the hotel after that- it was quite a cold walk! We went up to the room and changed into bathing suits with plans to go to the steam room. We went to the bar first for dessert and boy, were we glad we did! My mom ordered a pot of tea, ...