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... on the electricity, getting hot water is a challenge. Every plug has an off/on switch, on demand water heaters have switches, it is challenging. I admit I took a cold shower one day because I couldn't figure out the solution. Once you learn the tricks, it is quite simple. This was big into recycling, a can for all seasons.
Hearing the cows mooing, I stepped outside to see the cows wandering down the trail on the other side ...
... to the top and dangled over the edge to kiss the Blarney stone. Kinda scary, but really cool.
Nick and I wandered the grounds and wentinto some caves below the castle. Very tiny space, lots of spiders, still awesome to see though. Then we wandered over to the grocery and grabbed items to make sandwhiches... mmmm.
We got back on the bus and found out there was a fridge - awesome! We can now take beer on the bus with us and keepit chilled.
... morning, never a bad thing!! Part way through the show we were all given a piece of paper to see who had won a prize, ha and mine had ‘lucky number 1’, given this mans style I was a little skeptical about owning up to this and many suggestions were made to burn it. Thankfully I just found myself in possession of a lucky Irish penny! Pretty tired and looking forward to seeing more of this beautiful country we headed back reasonably ...
... the mango pudding dish was out of this world. Dinner was at O'Shea's restaurant/pub. It was picked at random but it was also one of the only places left open that was serving food. The kitchens do not stay open all that late so you have to plan if you won't be eating until later.
- P had a Smithwick's and M had a water (she was worried about a repeat of the Long Island Iced Tea night)
- Z and C had a Kopparberg Cider, pear ...
... side of the peninsula and up over the mountains of the Dingle but otherwise fine, which is nice for driving!
After Dingle we headed for our stop for the night at Killarney, travelling through Castlemaine, Milltown and Faha.
Killarney is just gorgeous - if it had been like Limerick or Shannon Fran probably would have burst into tears. But is just lovely - with plenty of park areas mixed ...