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... the top. It and the ruins of the monastery were located within the grounds of a graveyard. I took my time wandering through it taking a ton of photos. I also caught some kid pretending to be King Arthur pulling Excalibur from the rock, except his Excalibur was a cross marker for someone's grave! I said not to do that and shook my head but I really have no idea where his parents were. :S
Finally I walked up to the upper lake to get a good view of the ...
... families out and about and the laughter of children filled the air. We walked around one of the big lakes and then a little ways up the mountain, before walking further along to the old monastery, round tower and cemetery. Apparently this monastery is very important to history and was settled by the Christians in the 6th century.
John tells me that there is a Britton buried in here somewhere, he found ...
... stones - only one of the stones has art on it.
The beehive huts or otherwise known as Clochán is a dry-stone huts with a corbelled roofs. The precise construction date of most of these structures is unknown with any degree of certainty.
Slea head ...
We started the day with a drive from Kilkenny to Cashel. Dad's getting much better and more comfortable driving on the narrow roads. He can also expertly maneuver around the roundabouts at every intersection with the help of his expert navigator, me! By expertly I mean we only made 2 major wrong turns today.
Once we got ...
... it before it left. Such a relief! The beauty of taking the buses early in the morning is to arrive at this popular tourist location before the tour bus masses arrive, which was exactly what happened. After talking to the bus driver, I took a 15 minute walk from the bus station and I arrived at the Rock of Cashel about 30 minutes after it opened. I also timed it pretty perfectly because a tour through the fortress just started.