Sraid Eoin House
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... were thinking, who in the world thought, hey I think I'll row myself 3 miles off shore and live on this desolate island. The mainland is getting to crowded..... Then we stopped at the Gallarus Oratory area. It's a old well preserved church built in 1300. We were both super surprised to see how well preserved. Next up another old Church ruin, Kilmalkedar, which ...
... they are a sad part of the country.
But on my walk from my bike to the cottages, I walked past a donkey.
He eeee-orrrred! I completely lost it!
I got told by JJ yesterday that there was a particular beach that I needed to go to for lunch.
So even though I was hungry, and starting to lose energy, I kept riding.
And riding. And riding.
I came around a ...
... and steps into the water. She says the water's cold, but not any colder than the Pacific back home.
After lunch we head into Dingle and check into our b&b, then we walk into the town. Genny, and sometimes Elizabeth, looks in the little shops. We slowly head to the Dingle Brewery, Creans. We're used to breweries at home where tours are done by a person-free and very knowledgeable. This tour unbeknownst to us is not free, it was 7 Euros but includes a ...
... s throne was sadly FAR smaller and less regal than the king's. A favorite (or not) of Sam Jackson's was the dungeon - reached through a narrow, winding staircase downward. We could see in it from above, and they had a "criminal" in chains stuck down there. A 1500's version of "Scared Straight." As we were leaving, we went through the playground - a large wooden replica of a castle, inside which was a maze you could walk through. Some teenagers ...
... Pull up a stool by the fire or choose to dance the night away!
In Adare I managed to look into the heritage of my mums family, the McInerneys, and bought a few souvenirs.
While in Annascaul we dropped into the local pub, The South Pole, which was previously owned by an Antarctic Explorer/Hero named Tom Crean. Throughout the rest of my trip a book based on his life was a great read in all the downtime sitting on ...