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... permitted though they looked full of interesting plants. Rockery was nicely planted but there was very little colour anywhere else, meaning no great flower beds. Walked on to Torc waterfall, again through beautiful woods where the trees are whole ecosystems, and virtually all had their trunks covered in moss. The falls were in an incised valley, not high bit more of a cascade, but nice all the same. There was one fellow walking in amongst the rocks, trying ...
... We then took a walk to visit the statue of King Puck. There was a barracks that was closed. But we stopped at a castle, and a fort.
We took the ferry across to Valentia island, drove through it and across the bridge to Portmagee, there is not too much of interest on that drive except for a grotto built into a slate mine. We had a little rest before dinner at one of the two pubs in Portmagee. Roast lamb for J and I, and pork for N.
... live traditional Irish music and dancing. The first notes are completely readable. The last entries are not as legible so this is really just an approximation.
- P had a Smithwick's
- Z had a Bulmer's cider on tap
- M and C shared a Long Island Iced Tea (they had it on tap and it was very good)
- All four of us had a shot of Jameson's (they were about a shot and a half)
- Z then had a rum and coke (Captain ...
... driver and played on a CD. Of course McGuilicuddy has special meaning to me because of “lucy Ricardo” from “I Love Lucy” using the name as her “maiden” name.
The morning passed quickly as passed into the city of Kilorglin, where the famous “Puck Fair” takes place… A celebration dedicated to a herd of goats credited for saving the town from invasion during one of the many battles waged over ...
... main event, is called a Ceilidh. Ceilidh, (pronounced kaylee), is a gathering of music and dancing, which is exactly what this giant, many roomed, magical event was. He told me that he has traveled the globe, that he visited Australia and the states and England, and yet he never finds fringe events like this. He couldn’t understand how people in the US can just go to a concert then go home, and maybe if they are feeling extra social they will ...