The Savoy Hotel
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... in some mossy forest on a peninsular opposite the house on the way back. It was a very calm day and no rain so amazing reflections in the lake. We then headed back through Killarney and up to the Gap of Glenoe, a low pass through the Macgillycuddy Mountains. We biked the last 4 miles (again a horse and trap was the way to do it) which was very cool. Probably one of the highlights so far. Barry didn't have good brakes and mine were very noisy going down but other than that heading ...
... anything from chocolate to onions to chilli on the plate. The plate colourings were black and orange.
After exploring the markets we went back to Aarons girlfriends place for lunch and relaxing. Later on that afternoon, Aarons girlfriend and I went to the local shopping centre with her daughter and her daughters boyfriend. I wanted to have a look at some 100% pashmina scarfs. The shop that sold them only had one pashmina scarf left. The ...
... benches allow. I went to the milk market and bought a giant bacon-wrapped sausage, topping it with almost every handmade condiment sitting in bowls on the stand that the sausage could hold, and blissfully ate the entire thing. No photos to share its monstrosity, sadly, but I must say, it was a memory to behold. I went home and made myself a lovely latte, using Adare Farms non-homogenized whole milk. (I was in a conundrum the first half of the week. While I absolutely ...
... the 11000 acres given to the Irish people and is for the most part left in its wild state.
Our ride ended up at Ross Castle - which is starting to fall apart, but is still an imposing sight. Also it is right on the shore of the lake so has a wonderful view. We wandered around here for a while and then it was back in the car and back to the hotel. I think our horse was glad to be rid of us because it was so hot and humid, the poor thing ...
... six other people going through too.
We left the castle and headed for St Mary's cathedral. It too was built in the 1200 's and is still used today for services.
From there we went to the Milk Market. Think of a farmers market on steroids. Everything was all local, crafts, cheese, vegetables and even tools. Once we finished strolling around the tent it was time for a pint, so we headed off to a little pub on the banks of the River ...