Ballyroe Heights Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... large round building. The pictures online make it look much bigger. When a Californian thinks of water parks one imagines Raging Waters, or Wild Rivers. This place is smaller than any of the pools in Vegas resorts. It's humid inside and reeks of chlorine. There's a semi-large center pool with a few kiddie slides and a wave machine all in the one pool. Surrounding that and connected to the pool is a lazy river that doubles as "raging" rapids ...
... along a road, a busy narrow road, the road kept going and going and going. We were both bored and getting frustrated as time went on and we were beginning to realise there might not be anywhere to camp. We got to a point where we could see the next 15km of walking (all flat farms and coast) we debated what to do as we had no where to go or stay. We decided to turn back regardless, a cyclist rode past and had a chat with us seeing ...
We boarded the train in Dublin on Sunday morning and arrived in Tralee 4 hours later. Our B&B was the Ashville House in Ballyard and was lovely. I enjoyed a cup of tea in the courtyard as I put the finishing touches on the Dublin blog.
The Dingle Way begins.
Tralee to Camp Village
I will admit, the first day was tough. Once we finally found the trail, after walking on a busy main road with no shoulder-I could have ...
... most of his fishing in that area and I always think of him when passing the Blaskets.
They were real sailors,no gps's or chart plotters in those days.
We sailed outside the Baskets this time.
Last year on the way to the Canaries we left Ventry Harbour and sailed through the Blaskets.
We passed outside Great Foze Rock and Little Foze Rock this time withTearaght Island which is the furthest western island a few miles abeam.
Inishtookert was next with ...
... Eve versus Christmas Day. They always dine at about midday Christmas Day, never Christmas Eve. Christmas Day is the holiday, though they may attend Mass on Christmas Eve. Christmas Day dinner includes roast beef, turkey, and ham as the main dishes, and most families have the same side dishes (or so my host family informed me) of roasted and mashed potatos, roasted and mashed carrots and parsnips, mushy peas (surprisingly good), stuffing, brussels ...