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... Pass, where we stopped for the incredible 360° views of mountains, valleys, cliffs, and sea. Then we descended the mountain into the harbor town of Portmagee. At Cahersiveen we rejoined the Ring of Kerry. At Killorglin we headed north off the Ring, and then at Castlemaine (signpost: "HOME OF THE WILD COLONIAL BOY") we turned west on to the Dingle Peninsula.
The road hugged cliffs and followed the coast of Castlemaine Harbor and Dingle Bay. ...
... 1.1 million) was also the result of a classist mentality, England’s indifference and greedy landlords.
When one source mentioned that fungus destroyed about 25% of the nation’s potatoes (vs. 100% as I had been taught as a child), we wondered how that alone could cause so much starvation. In fact, during the famine there was plenty of food. There was so much food that it ...
... Just us, overlooking the ocean and mountains. Even as Lynn took a minor nap, I stared aimlessly, watched as Fungi made endless appearances (it was embarassing how constantly excited I was). We had a blast hanging around there. I took a little venture downwards onto some rocks, we took some photos, then moved down to a different spot on the cliff. We tucked behind and underneath the shelter of the cliff, blocking the wind and sound, carving us the perfect little perch ...
... south side of Mount Eagle, west of Dingle Town. The Caher Conor complex consists of five structures. The beehive huts (also called clochan) in Caher Conor were probably single family dwellings and were attached to each other with a doorway leading from one to the other.
They were built in the form of a circle of successive strata of stone, each stratum lying a little closer to the center than the one beneath and so on up to a ...
... we stopped at an almost empty camping site owned by a garrulous Irishman who likes to swear alot.
To our surprise the sun sets even later here, at approximately nine-thirty, I wish the heat would stay around for just as long.
The day started off poorly on the peninsular, with rain and its accompanying bitter chill making it a chore to leave the car and experience our first stop at ...
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