Kenmare Failte Hostel
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... mushrooms, grilled tomato, and both black pudding and white pudding. He figured this was an absolute must since he was in Ireland, but was a little leery about the black and white puddings. Black pudding's main ingredients are pork blood and oatmeal. White pudding is essentially the same but with pork meat and fat and suet instead of the blood. Tom was pleasantly surprised to find that both are very tasty, and he's ordered it in each of the cities we have visited ...
Depart Hotel Carlton at 8 AM.
8.65 / hr min wage for hotel workers
15.50 / hr for construction workers
22 / hr for office workers
(all in Euros)
Wages > 33K - tax for social insurance is very high
Locals pay all the VAT taxes and more
Can be as high as 23%
Export / Visitors get the tax back
Cork is the largest county in Ireland
Gaelic speaking region
Ballyvourney region is an officially ...
Tom and I arrived at Dromoland Castle just out of Shannon, IR in the late afternoon on May 19th. Originally built in the 5th century, the castle is now a luxury 5-star hotel. But before it got it's hotel start, the castle was the ancestral home of one of the few families of Gaelic Royalty; direct descendants of Brian Boru, the High King of Ireland. The O'Brian descendants owned the castle until 1963 and it is now owned by a ...
... drove back through steady rain, stopped by to an old well-preserved stone circle in Kenmare, decided that we’re beyond being excited by rocks in a circle, went back to the B&B, and relaxed for a couple of hours. Then back to Kenmare for a really great meal at the Wild Garlic restaurant, and back to the B&B and early to bed since we had to get up really early to get M&D to Limerick in time for their morning train to ...
May 12th - Staying at Killarney for 2 nights, this place is so good, the Irish people are so friendly and so proud of their heritage and country. They love a good time and want to show you one too!!
Nearly every secound shop here is a pub or a bar or an Off - license which is a liquor store. Its a big place and the gateway to the county Kerry.
We travelled the ring of Kerry today and saw the most amazing scenery that would clearly beat Tassie ( sorry ...