Ceol Na Habhann
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... He tried hard to get us excited about a few sea lions, but Dennis told him that they are a very common sight in California and to move on. We did stop at Dun Aengus, a circular stone fort from the Bronze Age, but it wasn't nearly as impressive as Staigue Fort on the Ring of Kerry. It is quite terrifying to stand at the edge of the cliff at the fort and look down at the waves crashing 300 feet below. We also had a bite to eat the cafe there. Well, at least we can check that one off ...
... amazing collection, and small enough to not be overwhelming. The Purus folks came to the cafe there for lunch, and afterwords Pat had arranged for a very short tour with a docent of some of the museum highlights which was really interesting since Hunt's focus in collecting the items was as more of an antique dealer. He bought an ancient tapestry and cut it up to sell as smaller framed pieces! The family also used many of the items for everyday use - for example there was an ...
... it if you feel the urge!) Sooo, at late morning we headed out on the Ring of Kerry ; a road that loops around the county thru all the main spots and great views, we drove from Killarney to Kenmare, around cliffs, curves, and rocky coasts! Past many sheep on hills; (painted bright pink or blue for girls and boys) past ruins, old churches, and I said a lot of prayers! Lol. Kenmare ...
... Then we saw two deers running after each other it was gorgeous! I wish I could have took photos but camera was in the back pack with Tom and he was already 200m away from me. The ride pretty much took all day and we stopped a nice spot on the lake, saw the Mucross House and gardens, Torc waterfalls (tom went for a little swim and we walked all over the rocks on the waterfall ruining everyone's photos) and then back into town. Was definitely one of the highlights of Killarney!
Written by Rebecca
We started our day at 8:30 with a full Irish breakfast (Rich), smoked mackerel (Den and Michael) and smoked salmon (me). There's wonderful seafood in Ireland and we’ve sampled lots and lots of it! Den and I gathered up all our dirty clothes to take to a local laundry while Michael and Rich checked email. The laundry was on Green Street and was manned by a nice attendant who said it would be done in a few hours and that they’d close at 4:00 sharp ...
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