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... it to the ground when they saw a rebellion beginning to stir with the Irish people wanting their independence from England back in the early 1900s. The guide told us the history of the fort as well as reflected on what life was like for the soldier vs the officer. The fort was built in the most magnificent setting. We spent about 2 hours at the fort. We had our choice to walk back to Kinsale or take the bus. Being the explorers we are,. Dave and I decided to take the mile and a ...
... bit shorter than Glendalough, but still very impressive. It was built in the 12th century and stood about 90 feet tall. It was in very good shape considering that it is only a few miles from the Irish Sea and probably gets hit by steady winds 75% of the time. It had a smaller graveyard around it and I saw headstones dating back to the 1700’s.
After leaving Ardmore, we then headed to the port town of Cobh (pronounced "Cove"). Cobh is an ...
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... event: I do not know what Dan went as, Iona dressed as the Grim Reaper and Bodhi as a ghost. Dan and Iona spent a lot of time in taking pictures while I spent time talking to people. All three of us went to the hounted house, had what was offered to eat at the event, had pizza from Centra supermarket as an extra and had a pint or 1/2 pint of 2 beers at Hurley's pub and grill.
Today (November 1st) I took a bike ride to a small and quieter village called Timoleage. Which ...
... back home.
Thursday: Today in folklore, I learned that if you come across a leprechaun you should stare him down until he surrenders his gold because if you blink he will disappear! This is valuable information. Tonight we went for a quiet evening in the pub to listen to some of our friends sing.
Friday: Tonight we tried to go to the observatory but understanding the time table for the bus schedule is near impossible! So we gave up ...
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