Ceol Na Habhann
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... beautiful but it did the job! We had BBQ steak and chicken, chili lime corn, and salad. For dessert we had banoffee pie from Kate's. We gave Pat the bottle of 1952 port we had bought and he was in heaven.
Dennis had to go to Paris for business on Sunday so Laura, Chase, and I were on our own. Chase needed a full Irish breakfast so we went to the Coffee Pot, and Maria wanted to know where Dennis was, of course. We had booked a hawk walk with Geoffrey at 2pm, and I asked ...
... time we rode up so I stopped just below the summit. I got absolutely attacked by midges, so I was wildly waving my sweatshirt around to ward them off. Dennis thought that perhaps I was waving it at him like " Way to go!", but then he realized I was just trying to get the bugs away from me. Later in the day we drove into Killarney to drop off the bikes at the repair shop; both of us need better brakes and our gears slip as well. The bikes will remain there until ...
... of Anne of Green Gables, with 2 dirt tracks in a grassy lane between rows of trees. Eventually we arrived in Killarney, where we (unintentionally) took the scenic route to our campground (Flemings White Bridge Campground). After setting up tents, sleeping bags, etc, we walked to Aldi for dinner, once again using a creative route. Dinner was pineapple pizza burritos (they were delicious). After over an hour of spirited discussion/planning - we weren't sure how to hike the ...
... and over low stone walls. It was a good stretch of the legs as they say in The Quiet Man but unfortunately the views weren’t there. We did see 1 old stone tower and something moving in the mist around the base as we walked up. Not sure what it was but we think it was a leprechan. We walked a little farther before we decided it we weren’t going to get any real view of the cliffs and headed back.
We drove across the ...
... only got into a little trouble twice as we were trying to find somewhere for lunch. Sometimes a cluster of houses is just a cluster of houses, possibly too small to call a hamlet. We eventually found a village with shops and a pub. We got to the pub just in time before the kitchen closed at 3. After lunch we travelled around the head of the peninsula for some fantastic scenery. The weather was kind to us today so we got to enjoy the views this time. Sheer cliffs driven out ...
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