Travel Blogs from Schull
Cycled 30 miles from Eyries to Kenmare. A very pleasant cycle along the northern coast of Beara, along rolling hills. Stopped for a little hike up to a stone circle, somehow missed the larger stone circle along this route. Arrived in Kenmare early enough to wash some laundry. Probably the highlight of the day ...
Cycled 27 miles from Castletownbere to Eyries via The Beara Way. Just out of Castletownbere we detoured off the main road on a cycle route to see a stone circle. After the stone circle we stayed on the route till it looped back to the main road. The scenery on the high route was beautiful with little to no traffic. There was even this bright thing in the sky, I think its called Sun, that just lit up everything around us! ...
... the road, which got me mixed up more then once, even though it
took me three buses and one taxi to finally realize it. Since those
roads are going in zigzag, there are lights in the roads going on
both sides and in the middle to help the drivers see where they are
going and where to drive.
Analysis/observation: The road I took was on the south of the Island and was following the sea
... observation: I
talked with Katarina about this subject and she explained to me what
was her opinion on it. She said to me that people in politics were
really corrupted, that having the power in the party for so long made
them abuse it. People here are really mad about this because there is
a financial recession since 2008 and to know that there are so many
people in the ...
... with herons stalking across the fishing boats & a lot of things we needed amongst the action in the main street.
There was a cafe that had gluten free crepes, a phone box to ring the Stockdales & apparently a hardware that sold adapters for foreign plugs! The hardware proved hard to find. we walked up & down & had to ask again.
"The red door" we were told & sure enough, between 2 shops was a red door, which opened on to a staircase. Upstairs was ...