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Great pub - good food and atmosphere. No problems in getting a room.
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We were up early and had a walk around Dungarvan before breakfast and then headed towards Blarney. Stopped on the way at the next coastal town of Youghal for a quick look, and this was a beautiful little town with a wonderful main street of little shops and pubs. The clock tower in the town was built in 1777. Back on the road then to Blarney where …
Sorry for posting late. Another busy day ahead of us, but two different itineraries for Chuck and I today so this is going to be a long one. Chuck will head to Skellig Island, an UNESCO World Heritage Site only accessible by small boat so I'm out. 5 in our group are doing this option and 5 of us are staying on land. Here is Jean's morning: The boat for the Skellig left right after breakfast, then the rest of us left too by van. First, we made a ...
... to Ross Castle and hired a guy to take us by boat to Inisfallen Island in Lough Leane. It's just a very short distance from shore. It is the site of an ancient monastery and the ruins are very impressive. We also saw a bunch of deer on the island which was kind of cool. It was nice having the place all to ourselves - nobody else was venturing out there. We had a quick lunch at the little sandwich shop at the castle before taking the tour. I love the Ross Castle tour because ...
Today was another off and on rainy day, which seems to be the norm as of late. After checking the weather forecast for the day and seeing that it wasn't supposed to rain until around 5ish we decided to head in to Kenmare and take the 2:00 Seafari cruise to see the seals. Naturally when we arrived in town around noon it started raining. We wandered a bit through a few shops and visited a stone circle site until it was time ...
... he obeyed the rules and wouldn't zoom in from a distance to take mine. Please research online the various theories on why to kiss the stone.
There was an included dinner at Molly Gallivan's which is a restored farm from the early 1900s and has a potato whiskey (poitin) still. The dinner included whole wheat soda bread, cream of root vegetable soup, Irish stew and apple cobbler plus mediocre wine or soft drinks. The food was hearty and tasted good. After dinner we ...