Staigue Fort Hotel
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He was his father's only son, his mother's pride and joy
And dearly did his parents love the wild colonial boy
At the early age of sixteen years he left his native home
... They all aren't used for wool and meat. After he told us about the different kinds of sheep, he showed us how he uses dogs to herd the sheep. The dogs were the cutest things ever, because you could tell they were just so happy and loving life. When the dogs were far our, he would use a whistle to direct the dogs. Each dog had a different signal from the whistle, so they knew when to go. Then there are only four commands: forward, stop, left, and right. Every time they ...
... minutes after I got back to the hostel another downpour came! What I really wanted to do was go on the 8-mile hike from Cloghane to Dingle, but it would have been miserable with the wind and rain. I stayed inside for the rest of the day. Besides, or the first time in my life I got to watch the tide go out and come back in! It was so cool! Later in the evening I was chatting with a family from Wales who was there to walk part of the Dingle Way. ...
... below wave at me and my eyes adjust to find two more guys from the pub! They were about my age (some of the few from the pub who were) and we talked for a little while. They said they would offer me a lift, observing that my cycling must be impossible in the wind, but unfortunately their car was too small for the bike. I bid them adieu and rode on along the coast. This was my midway point, so the next leg of the trip turned me around heading east ...
After a good night's sleep and a warm Irish breakfast, we walked out to depart. The inn keeper’s husband came out to possibly find a plank to give us to use as a substitute loading ramp. While he didn’t find one, he did certainly demonstrate the Irish friendliness we’d read about in our travel guides.
Our planned primary route for the day was the Ring of Kerry and then we’d decide how much further we wanted to go ...