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Travel Blogs from Cahersiveen
Cycled 30 miles from Eyries to Kenmare. A very pleasant cycle along the northern coast of Beara, along rolling hills. Stopped for a little hike up to a stone circle, somehow missed the larger stone circle along this route. Arrived in Kenmare early enough to wash some laundry. Probably the highlight of the day ...
... to skip the out and back road to Dursey Island. It would have added an extra 6 miles to the trip. We dropped down to the quaint little town of Allihiles, grabbed some snacks for the road and rode on. Past Allhilies was spectacular scenery, the coast to the left and rugged rock in bloom with wildflowers interspersed throughout. It was also some of the toughest cycling. With steep climbs and very curvy roads. As we rounded ...
... m staying). After grabbing some picnic fixings I decided to hoof out to the ring forts. Cahersiveen has two, one of which has undergone extensive restoration. I had to see them. It was probably low 70s and gorgeous so the walk was pleasant if not as short as anticipated. Another 4km and I arrived at the Cahergal Ring Fort. What a view! They aren't exactly sure what the fort was used for or by whom, but figure it was most ...
... park, but I left her, needing to return to Limerick for some packing. First, I went to this awful pub to use my food voucher from UL and had a little disagreement on what that voucher meant. Girl tried to charge me 13 euros for my stew and cake, when the voucher said nothing of the sort, but just that I got food and cake. She said, 13 euros is cheaper than what it would be without the voucher. A woman behind me in line started arguing with her, ...
... few animals rabbits and birds. There were lots of white and pink flowers imbedded in the lush green grass. It was a beautiful day and by the time we arrived to the island every cloud seemed to dissipate. The ocean sparkled for miles. It was the perfect day for such an extraordinary adventure.
On the island, much later built was a light house which was not open to visit. A family had lived on the island in the 1800's as light ...
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