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... promo material says that on a clear day you can see 30miles, and on a stormy day the spray goes over the top of the lighthouse (35m). It was a beautiful day. Haze restricted the view and the photos don't do it justice. Mizzen Head was spectacular, as much for the journey there as the light at the end of the road. We managed to walk up and down many many stairs and pathways to make the most of the views. Fluked a couple of Minki whale sightings, and again ...
... After our long day to and from Waterford on Monday and since it was a rainy day yesterday we choose an easy day of rest. Around 2ish we headed out to check a little pub about a mile from our cottage. I had a very tasty cider called Stonewell, crafted in Cork. I don't remember the beer Dave had but he finished it so it must not have been too bad. After that we headed in to Killarney. I wanted to check out the visitor center (which I was ...
... cyclist because there just wasn’t room to pass. We’re not too stressed on the country lanes where the greatest risk is brushing the sides of the Ford along what we have termed the blessed verges of County Kerry. It’s a slightly different story as we ascend to Conor pass. The road was only a goat track along the side of a steep mountain before Fergus Murphy (who features in earlier stories) decided he needed a ...
... After dumping my ****, I took off to book an archaeological tour of the peninsula that I hoped to take the next day. I lucked out however, and arrived in town about an hour before the afternoon tour. After signing up, I ran over to the local Super Valu grocery and picked up some eats to munch down at the harbor (it was an exceptionally nice day). The tour was wonderful, and super interesting. I accomplished what I had planned to do the next day in a couple hours on a small bus ...
... windy. I open the car door, and whoosh! The cat hates going outside. I feel like I will fly away like the nannies in Mary Poppins, legs sticking sideways, helpless, out to sea. We dined on our dinner, digested, and dined on desserts. I skyped my family at home while they were opening presents to be a part of their festivities, despite being worlds away.
Later in the evening, we piled into the car and drove to mum's sister's place for a night ...