Sive Hostel

15 Newmarket Street, Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 15 Newmarket Street, Cahersiveen, is near The Skellig Experience, Old Slate Quarry, St. Brendan's Well, and The Anchor.
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    Travel Blogs from Cahersiveen

    Ring of Kerry Weekend

    A travel blog entry by akreyling on Feb 14, 2014

    7 photos

    ... some history about Ireland. He was also a native of South Kerry. Then we had a quiz about random information around the world. There were six rounds ranging from facts to songs to famous people. It was very hard and my group: Sam, Kerry, Katelyn, Hannah and I was not very good at it. But somehow we ended up winning. They called our group and none of us were paying attention and we all looked at each other and was like we've been pranked right. So we won some chocolate, ...

    I Peed on a Mountain and Feel Justified

    A travel blog entry by jauntyjaunts on Sep 22, 2012

    11 photos

    ... you- yeehaw! Once on solid ground you are immediately assaulted with staggering views and a winding gradual climb to the base camp. A guide gives you a talk for a few minutes, largely peppered with warnings regarding the climb and descent and then you start up. I stopped probably 4 times and rested or took pictures. The climb is arduous and extremely precarious. If you are afraid of heights, get vertigo or have ...

    Yes, Dingle Town is Its Real Name

    A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Jun 28, 2012

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... roast duck, Den some kind of vegetable terrine, Rebecca a large pot of beautifully flavored mussels, and I had an absolutely TDF rack of lamb. In an unprecedented display of self-control, we didn’t have dessert. After a long conversation over decaf cappuccinos (so far the only decaf drink we’ve had here), we retrieved our slickers and umbrellas, walked by the harbor, stopped into a shop for postcards, went back to O’Neills, and called it a night. ...

    Last day in Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by hprentiss on Feb 26, 2012

    13 photos

    We tried to stop at a beautiful lookout spot, but it was so foggy we could not see a single thing.

    So then we continued on our way to Daniel O'Connell's 'Derrynane House.' He is known as the The Liberator and was an Irish political leader in the first half of the 19th century.

    Next stop was the Torc Waterfall in Killarney National Park. Of ...

    Salmon of Knowledge (encore)

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 09, 2011

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... the Blasket Islands and the Atlantic. Unfortunately, we had pretty low clouds today, so we didn't get the best views. There are sheep that graze on the steep hillside that falls away from the road into the ocean. There are cows here and there as well, and I saw one small herd of cows with an attentive border collie. I also saw a corgi sniffing around his own little front yard.

    The Dingle Peninsula is a Gaeltacht, meaning that the people here speak Irish ...