Gougane Barra Hotel
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... where the 1866 cable was laid from and this one is still in use. Around to the Skelligs Experience, an interpretive centre for the Skelligs Islands off the coast. Saw a really interesting and well produced short film about the life of the monks that built and lived in the monastery on Skelligs Michael, the largest of the three from 6th to 12th centuries. It is like a pyramid sticking up out of the ocean. We have booked to go out on Monday and climb the 600 or ...
After another hearty breakfast we set off to see some of the Ring of Kerry. First stop was Muckross House & Gardens in Killarney National Park. Beautiful mansion which was donated to the Irish and surrounded by Ireland's first National Park. We continued onto Lady's View, Killarney which offered panoramic views over the lakes of Killarney. Is there no end to the magnificent landscape here! From there we reached our destination of Kenmare which is a ...
... day hike due to lack of information, unclearly marked trails, and "no camping" signs. And, let's be honest, the difficulty of our it-must-have-been-longer-than-8-miles hike today - without our day packs, much less our backpacking backpacks - scared us a bit. After camping in the campgrounds another night, we'll likely stay at a hostel in Galway to check out the town and do a day trip to the Cliffs. We'll see what happens. But really. It had to be, like, 12-15 ...
... s journey found us on the Ring of Kerry, which is a circular tourist trail that covers 100 miles on Iveragh Peninsula. It is a coastal road made up of mountainous lakes and breathtaking scenery of the coast.
Our entire journey today would be in the County of Kerry. One of the first towns we encountered was Killorglin, located on the River Laune. One of the interesting things about Killorglin, that Carmel pointed out to us is that it is the site of the ...
... climbing up trees. This area too invokes the visions of the fairy folk, some to dance in the water spray and some like the leprechauns to hide their pots of gold. The water falls from a river on higher ground known as The Devil's Punch Bowl. Back on our ride we trot back through the park lands to visit Muckross House. Now part of the National Park it was built in the 1840s and has had several owners until 1932 when it was given to the state as a bequest. The Muckross ...