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... Next stop Kells Beach, here we made a stop 2 years ago. We drove on and the next stop was Ballycarbery Castle. It is unbelievable what ruins can be found. So exciting to explore. One excitement that has to wait is a visit to Skellig Michael. We did however visit the Skellig Experience. Here we found out about the monks that lived on Skellig Michael. The last monks left the Island over 800 years ago. Soft eggs! Then we drove ...
... the signs (I'll post pictures soon)
Internet is not always easy. I don't think the Irish are as addicted to internet as we are in the States, but we'll see.
Getting around is super easy, just walk!
There are signs that tell you to stop think and show you how to cross the street before doing so. Thank God.
Where I'm staying, is a duplex. I have a small but cozy room. I like it because it traps heat well and it has a huge window that lets in natural ...
... couple with 3 boys aged 2, 9 and 15. We were treated to the boys' musical talents -- the 15-year old plays banjo (extraordinarily well with a repertoire of 200 songs in his head), the 9-year old the tin whistle and accordion. Their dad is a huge supporter of traditional Irish music and the sons seem to be following in his footsteps. It was a lovely evening and nice to see inside an Irish ...
... via Cork to end our evening at the Brook Lodge Hotel in Killarney. Killarney is a classic tourist town full of buses, people shopping, perusing the pubs and walking through the streets.
PS We love all of your comments! Thanks for reading along and sending. Dad, Brad says the driving in Ireland is "brilliant". He feels like he belongs here and will be purchasing driving gloves today. Love you ...
... for hundreds of years makes for
some of the best scenery you can get while driving. However,
what is terrifying is the fact that everyone drives on the wrong side
of the road. You have to think twice when coming up to an
intersection and remember that everything works backwards from the
way it's supposed to. This is made even worse when driving down
some of those pristine country roads, most of which are barely wide
enough at times for 2 cars to pass. ...