Glengarriff Park Hotel
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... we had seen. We headed to a lighthouse on the northern coast that was built on the remains of a Cromwellian fort. The island is also known for its slate quarries. At the lighthouse, we were able to do a bit of rock scrambling (one of Anna's favorite pastimes). The rest our our drive across the was quite pretty. We made a stop at the Skellig Experience museum to eat lunch.
Our journey continued with another detour off of the Ring of Kerry. We hit the Skellig ...
... bot that much, but it's amazing how your suitcase explodes and now you have to sit on it to close. We will be shipping back!!) Kenmare had a great cashmere store and jewelery stores (nothing fancy) and hats! Many of the ladies had lots of fun. Mike R found a fine V-neck cashmere "loganberry" (raspberry) sweater. We're very proud of him!! :). The drive back was very pretty. Dennis and Liz goaded me into walking again--went about ...
... for brekky, porridge and baileys again, I am addicted you should try it.
the barman also told us that he had been married three times, his first wife died from eating poison mushrooms the second wife died from a blow to the head for not eating the mushrooms!! I am dieing here, my jaw aches from laughing so much.....it is true the Irish do save the truth for emergencies only....off to ...
We stopped at one of many peat bogs for a closer look--very interesting landscape. A lunch stop at a popular remote seaside restaurant offered not only a great meal but exraordinary views of the coastline....and up-close photo ops of the sheep.
Added a few new birds to my list--I'm up to 16 species. Brought an Ireland bird guide given to me over ...
... to move sheep around pastures. It was amazing! He directed dogs left and right, controlled each dog separately (they understand different signals), moved the herd, separated some sheep from the rest of the herd and so on.
After the tour was over, we hopped on another bus that took us to ...