Park Hotel Kenmare
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... road up very steep hills. At a couple of points, the driver had us get out and walk because the mountains were too steep for the horse to handle. The scenery was awesome. In fact we struggle to find enough adjectives to adequately describe the splendor of the sights before us. The weather was cold and windy in the mountain passes. The clouds and mist shrouded the peaks. The mountains were green and black and even purple. Wild goats and deer and lots of ...
... to me about circus. A sure way to befriend me!
They ran a cafe so they were coming to the end of the day, so I left them to it and went to set up my tent.
It never bloody ends.
Ask me to make my bed each day, no. Ask me to pack up my entire house into a bag and set it up again in 10 hours, sure!
I set up my tent. Well attempted, it was windy and the ground was hard.
I was not going well.
And then some sisters around ...
... hour realised its a long way away and so walked the hour back, whilst all of the little horse drawn carts overtook us, we splurged on a dinner and had Mexican was amazing and the guy undercharged us and I did the ikea add start the car start the car, so I'm waiting to be struck by lightning now or something, but being a traveler every penny ...
... many castles and stone ruins along the way too. We stopped at the Skellig Experience centre which told about the islands off the coast - one of which used to be a monastery. The pictures of it are awesome. Unfortunately we were not able to take the cruise out to the island because we did not have enough time, but I also doubt I would have wanted to climb up it. ...
... tea. The interior of the hotel is elegant, but the scenic highlight was the ladies’ room, which (I’m told) had individual stall chandeliers and hardware manufactured by the company founded by the renowned inventor of the flush toilet (no kidding—see picture).
Fortified by the tea, we sloshed back out to the car and on to the Staigue Ring Fort, which dates back to somewhere between 500 B.C. and 300 A.D. By the ...