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Travel Blogs from Dingle
... I wanted to stay there forever and not come back to Cork. We then went to Derynane Beach, it was gorgeous. Finally got to a beach, I was so happy. We then went to this place called "Ladies View", which was in Killarney. The view had so many different scenes in it. Some mountains had snow on them, there was some grass, some multi colored mountains and then trees with a lake down below. We stopped and ate lunch there, but it was too cold to go out and eat so we ate on the ...
... to go along with the crosses and why they are important to the Irish culture.
After lunch, most of the students were off horseback riding so John, Enda, and I decided to climb Sliabh an Iolair or Mount Eagle, one
of the great coastal hillwalks on Ireland’s Atlantic seaboard. It’s vast panoramas of
the Atlantic bays of the region, local headlands, mountains and islands
make this ...
... near the seashore, as well as even a huge caravan/camping community. On the way back across to Dingle we took the "high road" which goes over Connor Pass at about 3,000 feet. Those of you in Ouray may think 3,000 feet is not a big deal, but the wind on the top of the pass easily rocked the vehicle, and taking a photo was almost impossible! The road at the pass section is one lane, but goes both ways....as in a lot of ...
... t use this road but as the guide responded laconically, "oh there aren't many buses anyway this time of year". It explains why there is a blind corner of the mountain road that houses huge statues of the Crucifixion.
On route we saw the Gallorus Oratory, a 6th century, rounded top, early Christian Church, built from cut stone in perfect condition. We felt insignificant looking at it. Again the OPW, proved they are a force to be reckoned with. When ...
... br> The wind was easterly and Hugh was not keen in going into Carrigaholt so he contacted Kilrush Marina and they were not very accommodating.
At this stage it was around midnight.and the tide was out.
This area is very familiar to me but in the darkness I found it very difficult.
Oh what wouldn't I have done to have a chart-plotter.
Scattery Island was next,it all looks so different in the darkness with Moneypoint ahead.
Moneypoint is the largest ...