Gougane Barra Hotel
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After breakfast in Kenmare, we headed just a little to a few viewpoints where we could see Killarney National Park and the lake we biked around a few days ago in the distance.
Our morning stop was a 6th generation family owned working sheep farm. We saw 5 border collies listen to the whistles and calls of the rancher, herd the sheep …
... to say thanks, and in the back propping up an genuine antique bar were another 5-6 leprechauns all supping away!!! 5pm, after checking into the hotel we went back into Killarney, parked the car and found the jaunty horse and cart. The best €12 ea anyone could spend on a later sunny afternoon in Ireland. for almost 1.5hrs we were with an American couple from California. The trail took us thru Killarney National Park. It was the first ...
... dries out little fishes I got in Portugal! Ger and his son were also entertaining at Kate's so we went there after dinner for some drinks and banoffee pie. The scene was not quite as crazy as the first time we saw them play there - no kooky family from Belgium to lead a conga line, but he had the crowd dancing anyway. One elderly lady kept hustling up to the bandstand and requesting long sad ballads.
I had a rather bad night of sleep Wednesday due to the dreaded ...
... via a scenic hiking route along the river (although even the main road is scenic in Ireland). This took us to town, where we first stopped in at St. Mary's Cathedral and then had an amazing dinner at Murphy's. The burgers, fries, and cottage pie are all things I would recommend. We (Tia, Hannah, and I) then walked around town for a bit (and by that I mean that we circled it about four times - it's not very big). We stopped in a tourist shop and looked ...
... We head off and it truly is a circus. We need Claire our lovely Irish friend from last year's trip to interpret as she did so well in Switzerland when we had a German speaking driver. This guy had a brogue so thick you could cut it with a knife. Reminded me of Mrs Finnegan's brogue. His name was Johnnie and his horse was Silver. He told us that there were two types of deer in the forest - male and female. There was an island in a ...