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... for dinner. Dennis returned home from Paris and we had a nice relaxing evening at the cottage.
Tuesday, Sept 2 was Dennis birthday, and it started off with a VERY early departure for Doolin. We had decided to catch the 10am ferry for the Aran Islands and since we had a 3 hour drive to get there we had to leave the cottage at 6:45am. We got to the ferry on time and boarded from a concrete pier in a very surgey little harbor - I was a little worried about being seasick but I ...
... on to the town of Sneem where we stopped for lunch before continuing up into the mountains. We stopped at Queen Victoria's Ladies View for a panoramic view of the lakes in the valley leading back into Killarney. Back in Killarney, we all went for a long ride on a horse drawn jaunting car through the National Park and down to Ross Castle by the lake before coming back to town for an early dinner and a bit of souvenir ...
Thursday we did another Paddywagon tour of the Ring of Kerry for Erich and Emily to see. Unfortunately, the weather was not cooperating so there was not that much to see. I felt bad because the sights is pretty much what makes up the Ring of Kerry. Even though there was a lot of fog and rain, they still saw the Torc Waterfall and Ladies' View which looked over the lakes of Killarney and ...
... last night, a Canadian girl rolling cigarettes on the floor-making roll ups, rather than racing cigarettes for fun-chatted happily about Ireland and their-I spotted her friend on the top bunk when she joined in-plans for England the next day. They were going to all the great spots, flying in to Liverpool, then Chester, London, Grimsby. Right. At any rate, they went out for their cigarette and that was nearly the last time I saw them until ...
... still fly to Paris from here in a couple of hours.
The next day we had a very decent sleep in and took the day very slow. The change of pace here is very refreshing, the people here even walk slower around town and this is certainly rubbing off on us. Once we finally got moving we visited Ross Castle and Muckross Abbey, both of which are basically in big parks that you can wonder around in.
In the evening we had quite a big night in town and few too many drinks. ...
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