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... the Atlantic Ocean. We marvelled at the magnificent scenery at the viewpoints from O'Briens tower and others along the cliff walkway. Fortunately great weather but the clouds rolled in as we left. We also viewed an interactive display at the interpretive centre. We continued along the cliffs before turning in to Lisdoonvarner, where they have a matchmakers festival in September each year, with a large statue of lovers in the square. A ...
... is the castle ruins. It was really quite neat. There was some chain mail armour that I tried on and its pretty freaking heavy.... The view from the castle courtyard and the tower tops looking over the river Shannon was incredible. Dark and overcast, but still beautiful.
I did go a little touristy in the souvenir store at the castle. ...
... listening to my Finnish friend engage in a lively conversation with a bent older man with a spark of wit about him as he serenaded us with bawdy songs, listening to my friends joke with a butcher, his apron wrapped around his waist. When we got too cold sitting for such a prolonged period (also watching our own breaths), I invited them back to my apartment and we warmed up with some tea. Then my friend and former housemate told me that if I am not busy tonight, I ...
... and so then he held both title of Lord of Ireland and King of England. He visited Ireland in 1210 and ordered the building of the Castle but never visited it. We decide to do the Ring of Kerry so headed off to Abbeyfeale and come across the beautiful town of Adare with it's thatched roofs and colourful facades. We drive through Ireland listening to our welsh male choir music.......we like it! We spot a castle sign in Newcastle West ...
... salad. There was a nice selection of salads (I had cous-cous and peppers). The pie was decent, with potatoes, chicken, broccoli and cheese mixed together. The dessert selection was also nice.
We then walked up to Sport of Kings Saddlery (I ride horses, so decided to take a look around). The man that owned the shop was so sweet and talked to my mother and I for about half an hour. He also recommended a farm of I ever came back ...