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... to have with my rice for dinner at the cottage.
I slept a little better Thursday night but poor Laura suffered a terrible night's sleep because her course of sleeping pills for jet lag was over. Both Laura and Dennis had really sore muscles from the horseback ride so instead of hiking Friday we decided to take the bikes over to Muckross and ride around the lake. Just when we made the decision a heavy rain started, but by the time we were ready to go the sun had ...
... previously. The republicans, or "irregulars", mounted a number of successful actions, for example attacking and briefly re-taking Kenmare in September 1922. In March 1923, Kerry saw a series of massacres of republican prisoners by National Army soldiers in reprisal for the ambush ...
... e. There was an elderly couple eating very slowly and purposefully, and a young couple with the woman reading a book and the man engrossed in his smartphone. Hence, this is where we sat. The food was delicious and the hurling match commentators were as energetic as any football or soccer game I have ever listened to. Too bad we didn't know any of the rules or who to cheer for. So we waited for the pub to break out in gregarious chants and beer ...
... fog. Fortunately, the fog prevented us from seeing the sheer drop offs. There was a light rain, as we coasted into Dingle town. We pulled out the guidebook and started the driving tour. First, we saw a stone pillar left over from the Neolithic Age (4000 BC). It was either a grave marker or a property marker, but looked quite similar to the stone boundary markers I saw in Mongolia. Down the road a ways, we pulled to the side of the drive to look at a Stone Age ring ...
September 28 & 29
Sorry we haven't posted anything - but we were in places where the internet access wasn't great. Our absence had nothing to do with BEER - despite what some of you might have been thinking.
On the 28th we drove from Dublin to the Dingle Peninsula. The motorways are terrific 4-lane highways and one can make good time. Once you get onto the ...