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Travel Blogs from Killorglin
... sound funny now, but in the accent it is a scream, he also said he had been unlucky as he had been married six times...
muckross house was beautiful also, just love all this history. It was freezing again this morning but fined up later with some sun.
we are all off to the Laurel Pub tonight for dinner, lord help me keep up with the laughs and fun, best time I have ever had. I will have a story in the morning!!
Tomorrow we do the ring of Kerry ...
... other americans (oddly, all but one from the west coast also). The peninsula is littered with 1000 year old ruins of monastic encampments and boasts a completely intact stone oratory that is a 1000 years old. After the tour returned, I wandered the town to get the lay and feel of it and to find the important things (banks, police office, main pub drag, etc). Since the tour I took accomplished what I had planned for tomorrow, minus the 30km bike ride, I'll have to adjust my plans ...
... with vinegar, and stopped by Murphies for some ice cream. There were free samples and after discovering the sea salt ice cream wasn't quite my flavor, I settled on a scoop of Baileys ice cream and brownie ice cream. It was nice to work on while walking around the town and soaking up the sun.
My last night on the tour was spent in the largest thatched roof hotel in Europe. In a word, the hotel was adorable! There wasn't much ...
... open and the rain stinging our faces like pins and needles.
We don't call this the ThreeMotoTeers Great Adventure for nothing!!
Arriving at our designated end destination late that night (and warm B&B) we found J fishing along the road nearby. Nothing yet, but he remained optimistic and fished on a while longer while we unloaded and settled in for the night. The soft bed, thick covers and absence of fog or dew was greatly ...
... and a church.
The people had services in the church and then spent the night in the
nearby stone building. It had none of the comforts of home. Our 2 hour tour lasted 3 ½ hours and covered
Dinner tonight was not too Irish. We had stir fried chicken at the Marina
Inn. Both of us enjoyed it. For our
nightly dose of Irish music we went to O’Connors and the Dingle Pub.
More Photos to come