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... The Ring of Kerry is said to be "the longest and the most diverse of Ireland's big circle drives, combining jaw-dropping coastal scenery with emerald pastures and villages. The 179km circuit winds past pristine beaches, the island-dotted Atlantic, medieval ruins, mountains and loughs (lakes)" (Lonely Planet). It was an absolutely beautiful day, and we started the day off walking the beach at Waterville. Students loved the beach!!! Terry, ...
... touch them and the camper was covered in cow muck!
By this stage Marts had hauled out the whisky so he and I were very happy thank you in the back.
Also gave one to K who was navigating - not sure that helped her though. K kept saying we're nearly there, we're nearly there - even though we werent and didnt have a clue where we were... R saying I'm f###king over this s##te - more than ...
... and drank for her that evening. Let's just say, I must really care.
On Friday Erin, Jess, Nicole and I took a walk into town along the river and went to Locke Bar where we ate and drank. It was really relaxing and I'm glad that we decided to make the adventure. That night I was supposed to leave to go surfing, but I decided not to. One, it was Hyoni's birthday and we were going to have taco's for dinner and enjoy the evening, two, because I didn't want ...
... So we happily breathed “fog air” at each other for a while until more socks, Mum’s shawl, Zebra socks over other socks, mittens and a blankie from the back were enlisted to keep the nip off.
It chugs along smelling like one of Dad’s little minis and Jeff reckons the pillows smell like race track :o) If you go over 55mph is gets a bit of a wiggle on, so we see A LOT of the countryside being Sunday drivers everywhere. ...
... and Abbey Bridge,
All this was familiar to me from the city and I often watched boats pass through and was always envious of them.
We didn't have any charts of the river up to Killaloe so we were a bit apprehensive.of the journey.
It took an hour to get to Ardnacrusha and we were lucky that there was only one turbine running.
The dam in Ardnacrusha was built in 1925 by a German Firm,it was put on line in 1927 and cost £5 million producing ...
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