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... but, other than that, it didn't bother us - or anyone else that we could see. We then drove from Dublin to Limerick and got to our hotel at 9.30pm, having left Liverpool at 10am!
We're staying in a hotel right on the River Shannon. We stayed here 2 years ago and have an even better room this time - it's huge with a seating area and a separate balcony overlooking the river! We're very happy with the hotel!
For our first day, we wanted ...
... Killarney. We went for a walk which was very reminiscent of Keswick in the
Lakes District. We went past the lake and up to the main entrance of Muckross House, a grand Victorian mansion. We were passed by lots of jaunting cars - horses and carts - which is apparently the way to do it properly. Then on to the Torc Waterfall a further 2km away. Ben was feeling rather under the weather with a cough that is doing the rounds and had to be carried for some of the way. We got a ...
... After lunch we went to an old castle ruins. The castle ruins were absolutely amazing. I got some really good photos of the ruins. So, I was pretty happy with that. The walls of the castle had natural green moss all over it. Going into the ruins from all three available levels, the views were just divine. After about 45 minutes of exploring, it was time to go to the airport.
That was the end of my last day in Ireland.
... wooded Friar's Glen.
This was a full day tour leaving at 8:30 a.m. and returning to Limerick shortly after 7 p.m. There were even some people that did this as a day trip from Dublin....I would NOT recommend that - waaaaay too long!
Next morning it was time to leave Limerick and head to Galway - another bus trip. My ass has seen enough bus seats for awhile.....I took a taxi from the hotel (5 euro) directly to the bus station. ...
... wonder how many accidentally disappear over the cliffs.
Since Aaron’s last visit to the Cliffs safety fences have been erected to prevent anyone from climbing the cliffs – I know the much younger Aaron and his mates have a story or two to tell about their previous skylarking on the unfenced cliffs. I remembered receiving an email from Aaron some eleven years prior telling me about their exploits on the cliffs. I still remember ...