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Fabulous rooms and great food, everything within walking distance. Could want for no more.
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We stopped at the town of Kilarney and took a Jaunting Cart ride around the national park. It was pretty fun actually. The group we were with were having a laugh, which automatically makes things more fun. And the driver was pretty funny too. We stopped off at Ross Castle which was a little worse for wear, but got some photos anyway. There are castles everywhere here, but always worth the photo.
We passed ...
... the petrol himself! We chatted with him a little and bought a bottle of water and a Coke while we were there. "It's no bother," he insisted when we thanked him for his help. The next town on our ride was just over the county border into Kerry. It was Rathmore, the town where Vivian's great-grandfather, Timothy Moynihan, was born. We got out and walked around a bit, and took a few photos. We drove up and down the main street, looking for a place to have lunch. ...
... on to the town of Sneem where we stopped for lunch before continuing up into the mountains. We stopped at Queen Victoria's Ladies View for a panoramic view of the lakes in the valley leading back into Killarney. Back in Killarney, we all went for a long ride on a horse drawn jaunting car through the National Park and down to Ross Castle by the lake before coming back to town for an early dinner and a bit of souvenir ...
Killarney to Kenmare, it doesn't seem like too far, but considering we were gradually biking up hill for most of the day .... we were ecstatic to get to Molls Gap and start the 10km descent into Kenmare. At Molls Gap, we ate a very late lunch at Avoca Cafe, which was excellent (very good quiche, salads, and desserts). As I peddled my little ...
... and basic history of Ireland as well as the local lingo. A few important ones are as follows;
Craic – Engligh Translation – Fun
Freckin – English Translation – ramped up version of "super"
Grant – English – Grand
Crack can also be further classified as crack 90. This means a top night, great fun was had. The ultimate crack is crack 91. But that would have to be a ...