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A big drive - good thing we had locally smoked salmon and scrambled egg for breakfast! We retraced our steps to the Cliffs of Moher, and on to Killimer, where we took the car ferry across to Talbert, across the mouth of the Shanon River. On to Tralee, then down through Castlemaine (the home of the Wild Colonial Boy), Milltown and Killorglin, where …
We had our usual B&B breakfast.
Through the Ballaghbeama Gap with some of the most spectacular scenery G has found in her seven trips 'round Ireland. Somewhere along here we visited Shronahiree Burial Ground.
In Killarney we fed the ducks and one swan at Ross Castle and enjoyed watching the wee 'uns interact with the ducks.
St. Mary's Cathedral ...
After breakfast we settled up with our hostess and headed down to the waterfront.
First we visited the Titanic exhibition where our boarding passes held the name of an actual passenger. At the end we found whether we survived or perished...G & E survived but D didn't make it. The survivors were given information about our lives post-Titanic. The exhibition is very well done.
The Queensland Story is also very good and tells of emigration via Cobh over the centuries. ...
... waterfall there which was spectacular to see. The view of
the surrounding mountains and lakes were gorgeous. We spent the
afternoon walking around the park. The food has been great, I've especially liked the traditional Irish breakfast- sausage, ham, hashbrowns, and toast. We had haddock the other night in Cork which was really good and the other traditional dishes we have had have been good as well. Tonight it was something similar to a shepherd's pie.
... speaking population. There we were able to stop at The Blascaod Center which celebrats the story of Blasket Islanders and their unique literary achievements. This museum exhibits the island writers, their native language, culture and tradition. On the tour we went to a beach. There was long and hilly walk to get down to the bottom and I was not going to go. In my ear were ...