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Day 23 - Killarney to Tramore Ireland
Finally we left the flea/mite/bed bugs hotel. The further we drove away from the hotel the less itchy and swollen I became.
Our first stop was Blarney castle. Unfortunately Toby is really sick and could not climb the castle to take photos. Toby still has a chesty cold. This cold/flu has been passed …
... he mentioned was the International Youth Hostel, the one I had turned my car around in, so I decided to stay there the night. I felt a bit better, now that I had a place to stay in the Irish countryside. It was time for a walk.
I passed the craft shop, hotel(which also works as the restaurant), and came to the Visitor's centre. I got a map there and decided to do some of the walks around their National Park. I visited the ruins from the pilgrimage of Saint ...
Day 3 Drove to Glendalough and explored Wicklow mountains. I did so much walking that the base of the toes on my right foot started hurting whenever I put weight on it. Glendalough was a monastic settlement where saint Kevin lived. No idea who that was, but apparently he was important. After leaving Glendalough we drove the entire military road back to South Dublin. We ate at "la pizza" on o'connell street, and went straight back to agata's ...
... lights of the nearby town across the water that we could see from the kitchen and also our room. It is the longest time we are staying in one spot, although slightly ‘out of the way’ there are heaps of things we have been told about we can do within about an hours drive. The house is very private and close to the beach so should be a lovely restful spot.
Before Tony left he put out some food for the local fox. Unfortunately it appears to ...
... of Waterford as we could. Their award-winning (and deservedly so) museum is very interactive and well organized in the stages of the looong development of the town. Historically, Waterford developed into almost an independent city state. It kind of played both sides of the fence between the English and the gaelic Irish. When the English were taking over in the 1600s and forcing protestant beliefs on the people here, Waterford was very tolerant to the catholic ...