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... creatures, the fish. They never talk back to you!" Complimenting the food is fine. If you compliment his wife, the chef, he is likely to say, "Well,...I don't know about that. I'll reserve my opinion." He told me, "I saw your first email, as Gaeilge. It was terrible! Of course, you used a translator, it's not your fault. The translators, they are terrible!" The view, even just from the parking lot, is heart-wrenchingly beautiful. My room looks out on the ocean. From ...
A fun night last night on the tiles in Killarney; we started with a wee glass of porter in Connollys with 4 locals. Every bar we have been has at least one propped up against the bar. Their advice is to start drinking at 10 in the morning and you will be home by 7 of an evening! Our goal was to find some live music so next pub, Scruffys, promised it in an hour and it did food. What unfolded next was a real comedy; we, the bar man (must have been ...
... up the path to the top of a smaller hill, with an amazing view over the ocean, islands and surrounding area. I went in bare feet, cos I couldn't be bothered putting my shoes back on, and it was amazing how the ground felt! Because it was on a hill, it wasn't bog-lands there, but the grass and soil were really spongy, it felt good between my toes! We climbed up the rocks, and got some photos from the top, which will probably look like nothing (it's so ...
... identified this dingle peninsula as one of the most incredible scenery on earth. Hells ya! Anyway, got into town late and hot to my hostal and crashed. However did decide I was goin on a 50 km bike ride along the coast the next day w a girl in my room and a guy that she was friends with as well. Should be fun! So the bike ride was something I was a bit nervous about. Not used to riding a bike and that was quite a long ...
... I pet the goat then went inside. I paid €4 to see a cool little collection of bronze age and iron age artifacts, a giant deer head with giant antlers, and the largest wooly mammoth head ever unearthed. All of this from Ireland! I asked the owners if I was close to the ancient forts and they assured me I was on the right track. Off I went.
The first site I came to was called Dunbeg Fort, a fort built around 500BC built right onto the ...
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