An Bothar Pub and Guesthouse
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... Can’t beat that!
- Listening to SPIN SW, the local Kerry radio station, and hearing ‘Prayer in C’, a Robin Schulz remix, for the 35th time since we’ve been here. I’m making the call…this becomes a big pop hit in the US in the next few weeks! Move over Katy Perry. ...
... small but impressive series of structures on a sheer cliff, first inhabited in the 8th and 9th centuries. Sheep graze around the stone ruins. The boys seem more interested in watching the lone ram pulling grass than the ruins. Chris and Elizabeth marvel at the sheer fortitude of these people who chose to build their settlement so close to the cliff's edge. Indeed, some of the fortification is the cliff.
It's a short walk down to the famine cottages. Even though it's now past ...
... next day!! Lynn was a bit crabby, so I pretty much dragged her out to the pubs that night. You'd never think you'd have to DRAG someone out to pubs in DINGLE, ******* IRELAND, but I did. She'll thank me later. Heard great music, had great beer (crean), watched a family take lead on the band and sing crazy well, and headed back to the hostel.
Friday, July 4
We started our glorious American holiday by walking over a mile, in the rain, to do a ropes ...
... tired, we got a great night sleep and were up early the next morning ready to hit the road! First we drove to Blarney Castle and the Blarney Woolen Mills for a quick visit, and then we were off to the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. The sights were amazing and we loved seeing the sheep and their adorable babies. Once we arrived we had lunch at a small cafe and of course my mom and aunt made friends with ...
... was melted together with tin to make bronze for weapons and tools. The ring forts reflect the affluence that the copper brought to some people of that time.
Have to admit the Ring of Kerry might be seen better on a different day. There were lovely sights along the way, but the heavy clouds and fog kept moving in and out and obscuring our views. We got lost along the way trying to find the smaller "Skellig Ring" , which in fact turned out to be closed to ...
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