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... stop by the hardware store, picked up some local pottery, had some pints and chips, got a haircut, bought lotto tickets….yup, a pretty nice and relaxing day running 'errands'.
One thing that has this whole area in a twist is that County Kerry is playing in the All Ireland Gaelic Football final on Sunday. It’s basically the ...
... He was an important figure for the catholics in Irish history. After dinner a young man came to teach us some Irish songs. He played the guitar while we belted out the lyrics to "The Galway Girl", "Fields of Athenry", "Mollie Malone", and "Dirty Old Town". The songs were stuck in my head for the rest of the night and still are! After singing, we played a trivia game, and my team won accidentally! It was a joke because the scorers miscalculated the points. We know ...
Valentines day weekend I had a Ring of Kerry trip. The school paid for it and all we had to do was show up. Hannah, Sam, Jules, Katelyn, Kerry, Lauren, Michelle and I went. It was a lot of fun and gorgeous. We lucked out with the weather while the weekends before us had terrible weather, one of the days the windshield on the bus blew off so I'm really glad it was sunny the whole time. We also saw lots of rainbows during the weekend. We left on Friday afternoon, there was about ...
... of our trip but had to relocate our trip while we were in Dublin because we realised we didn't give ourselves enough time. Our original plan was to do the ring of Kerry, see Dingle and then make our way to Limerick for our next B and B. We changed to spend a night in between which was great as we spent two full days seeing ring of Kerry and dingle before getting to Limerick.
The ring of Kerry is a driving route that covered one of the southern coasts ...
“And hope a wave doesn’t knock you to your death!” Angie said.
“Not to be crude, but couldn’t you just go in a bucket below deck?” I asked.
“Well, one of my mates does that, but it can get pretty messy with the rocking and all.” He said.
“Do you wear life jackets?” I asked.
“Trust me, two hundred kilometers from shore and ice cold water. Do you think the boat would ...