Ard Na Sidhe Country House
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... more hairy than I remember. Anyhoo, somewhere along the way I saw a sign for the Cliffs of Kerry. So I stopped to take a look. (I think this is on the Ireland side). I parked the car and saw the sign saying all visitors must report to reception. So being the responsible tourist I am, I reported in, just in case I fell off the cliff or something. Turns out seeing the cliffs was free, but parking cost €4. The girl at the cafe talked to me about the cliffs (only a 300m ...
Tonight I'm blogging from the comfort of the sitting room recliner!
First off the bad news. I called the eco tours folks this morning to schedule my whale watching trip, only to find out the sea swell is so bad they won't be going out before Friday. Of course we leave that morning. I would have put on extra seasick patches, but maybe they're afraid the boat would sink. I guess I'll have to leave that item on ...
... lakes that flow down to Killarney. All this is a great example of a glacial landform with lots of lakes and cirques. A big, long day but most enjoyable. Just loved Valentia Island and did not need the rain jacket! Sunday 31st August Another drizzly and grey day so decided to stay local today. Took a short drive to the northern end of the lake Killarney sits alongside and did what we though was a 5km walk into Tomies wood and O'Sullivan's cascade. Legend has ...
... I was headed for the previous day, and I was mistaken about the town I needed to be in. That was awful. This day is better. I'm headed for a town she knows about and I'm only stopping for gas and groceries along the way. Also, I was willing to first head for the big town, Dingle, prior to heading to the smaller village, Ballyferriter. She knew both of those. Neither of us knew where the B&B was. After driving five hours on Irish "highways" which are frequently ...
... so gives a more realistic idea of what it would have been like to live there - narrow stone spiral stair cases up several stories, lovely dark carved timber wall lining and furniture. Beautiful four poster beds, ornate ceilings etc. lovely views from the turrets at the top. Strenuous work though up & down the stairs! Next stop Askeaton village for lunch. Had a look around a Franciscan Monastry - a ruin but quite intact in spots. Very large ...