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Valentines day weekend I had a Ring of Kerry trip. The school paid for it and all we had to do was show up. Hannah, Sam, Jules, Katelyn, Kerry, Lauren, Michelle and I went. It was a lot of fun and gorgeous. We lucked out with the weather while the weekends before us had terrible weather, one of the days the windshield on the bus blew off so I'm really glad it was sunny the whole time. We also saw lots of rainbows during the weekend. We left on Friday afternoon, there was about ...
... and artifacts some dating back to the Bronze Age. With over 2,000 archeological rains, the Dingle Peninsula is steeped in history. The most numerous of the remains are religious sites from the Early Christian period (AD 400-1200).
Highlights were the many beehive huts sprinkled throughout the countryside. We stopped at the Gallarus Oratory (@900-1000 AD), an exceptional example of a dry-stone ...
... village is very quaint but really set up for tourists and there must be about 15 bus loads here (lucky for us the leave around 3.30). We find Fin McCools surf shop and Paul gets a shirt, then a little further up the road we find The Little Cheese Shop. We get a locally made cheese Beenoskee that has seaweed in it, and a piece of unpasteurised two year old cheddar, some crackers and cherry tomatoes and go sit down on the pier and enjoy a light lunch. ...
... an Irish coffee (hot coffee with sugar and Baileys liquor- much stronger here than in the states!!) and we each got a mini dessert. She got an apple crisp that came with a small scoop of ice cream and I got a chocolate mousse that came with a chocolate honeycomb biscuit. Both of our drinks came with small cookies. Both desserts were outstanding- the mousse was light and not overly sweet, and the apple crisp tart and sweet at the same time. The cookies were also fantastic- ...
... pharmacy, and within one hour had seen a doctor as well as obtaining what meds we needed, all for a very reasonable low fee. We don't know much about the Irish medical system, but want to advise Doctor Brosnan, if he ever reads this, that there might be work for him in Ouray, Colorado!
Checking out of our hotel, we drove reluctantly up the road towards Shannon airport and home. But wait, one more fun night!
About 33 years ago, a photo was made ...
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