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Travel Blogs from Kilrush
... barring some emergency, I probably never will. I am embarrassed to admit that on one of our little adventures when Alex went off to explore some ruins, leaving me in the car with the baby, when he was gone long enough to cause me to worry, my biggest fear was not living without him. My immediate concern was: if Alex doesn't make it back, how the heck am I going to drive out of here? So my impressions of driving in Ireland are restricted to ...
... the road known as the Ring of Kerry. We didn't have great weather the whole day, but there were some great moments when the sun shone done on the hills, and the landscape seemed to just glow. We also saw some dramatic cliffs, beautiful beeches and vast, lush fields. The grass actually is greener here, likely owing to the abundance of rain.
... sang/played bodhran, and the man palyed guitar. It was a great combination and I stayed for a couple of pints.
Lessons of the day:
1. If you have a long drive, make sure to split up the trip between more than one driver. Otherwise, you may have one person that’s really tired that night.
2. Tour buses suck. You must be very, very patient in order to get pictures with no people in them.
Guiness Count = ...
... in that area, very very windy and cold. Finally
Then we drove up to the Cliffs of Mohair (pronounced moor) to view these supposedly magnificent cliffs overlooking the ocean but I had to take their word for it, cause it was way too cold for me. Pete took the climb up and got some photos for me, so that was good enough. I stayed behind and drunk the hot chocolate.
Stewart (tour guide) told us some interesting facts about their car number plates today. The ...