Devon Inn Hotel
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2015 09 15 Ireland Tuesday We went to breakfast and were spoilt for choice by our larger than life Irish host. A big guy, deep voice but quietly spoken, with a dry wit. You had to listen carefully! We ordered pancakes, well asked for one pancake. It was immense, served with fruit and whipped cream in a little jug. A meal in itself. Jenny went on about the 10 Km run she had to do in 3 weeks and he mumbled something about 'San Diego' and dropped some calorie count/exercise 6X4's on ...
... over another range of mountains that eventually had us joining the designated Ring of Kerry tourist route via the Gap of Dunloe. The "gaps" are aptly named, as they are literally gaps in the rocky mountain ranges that form the spine of the Kerry peninsula. The single-lane road through the Black Valley was particularly challenging, given that it wound its way between a boulder-strewn landscape with barely a straight section for many kilometres. It was in this valley that ...
Pics: https://www.flickr.com/gp/133134374@N03 /YLBhjN Galway is a clean and less industrious school town. It is surrounded by beautiful coasts and made for some spectacular views. I had a string of pretty ****** weather so I didn't get to maximize the amount of things I wanted to do here. The first full day I went on a bus tour of the Burren region. One of the main reasons why I came to Ireland is to see the Cliffs of Moher, and this ...
Pics: https://www.flickr.com/gp/133134374@N03 /9tzT5k Killarney is a beautiful little town away from all the craziness of the bigger cities. It's streets are lined with restaurants...and that's about it. I chose this area to stop in due to its beautiful parks and proximity to voluminous mountains. I arrived Sunday, and first thing I see is a Canadian that I roomed with in the previous city. We embrace like long lost brothers (just kidding, he wasn't a hugger). He had already ...
... all went 'awwwh'. - I was sitting trying to turn the page of a kindle when the guy I was talking to told me I was trying to use it while it was off. Damn. It was funnier at the time. - I was sitting with an empty bottle on my head and Kai sat directly infront of me and used no more than his eyes and body language to make the bottle fall off my head. That lead to a wonderful conversation about body language. - I witnessed a friend memorize an entire pack of cards and ...