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... of Kerry were thwarted when our host suggested that we attempt a less daring itinerary and suggested the Killarney National Park and Ring of Beara instead. OK, off we set. The Killarney National Park was well worth the Drive with lakes, cliffs, winding roads, ruins, castles and sheep. We returned to Kenmare for morning tea and a wander through the quaint little town.
Hello again faithful readers (or maybe its reader… hope that there's more than one of you out there!). It’s Friday night, our last night in the farm house…. Sigh.
We started the day at the Kilcaw house when the alarm went off at 7:30. We asked for breakfast to be ready at 9:00, so we planned on taking 90 minutes to get ready. We went into the dining room of the B&B which had 5 tables in it. We were greeted by the innkeeper, Christina and she asked ...
... of Irish people walking the path. In particular, we met a cute little old lady and her dog. The dog was very playful, but also very scared of humans it seemed haha so while the dog was running circles around us, we talked to the little old lady. She was a resident of Kinsale and had lived here for quite a while. She asked if we came to Kinsale often, as it is a lovely place to visit on the countryside. She asked us where we came from and why we were in Ireland, and overall she was just ...
... Saturday and spent most of the day at there house or at Garretstown. While we went to Garretstown both Dan's stayed at home while Tarra, Iona, Ayla, Oren and I went to the beach. Later on we alternated. We said prayers to commemerate the first night of Hannucka. In between Iona spent time practicing a puppet show based on a poem. The reason was she was preforming in a cavelrey preformance later that evening at the attached ...
On the weekend, We had a late thanksgiving dinner festival. 10 people showed up in the small little house.
It took most of the day to prepare the meal and by the end it was worth it! We harvested many things from the garden (and cooked it of course) and had ...
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