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... it with our bare foreheads touching the stone. That largest stone weighs 40 tones and was hauled about 10 miles from where it was quarried. Amazing. Phil didn't want to leave. He swore the stones were calling him back. But we had to get down to Dingle, so He couldn't stay.
It took about 2.5 hours to get from Lough Gur to Dingle, mostly on smaller roads. The countryside here is ...
... 2 minutes and jumped back in! We continued down to the town of Bantry where we found a cute little cafe for lunch called the Bake House; it had excellent food and the most wonderful looking cakes and sweets. We were too full after lunch to try any though. Our next stop was Bantry House which is the ancestral home of the White family who still own the house. The house you see today was built in the 1700s. It is enormous and sits just up on the bluff overlooking the bay. ...
... B&B The Fairview. What a fantastic town - vibrant and full of lively streets filled with Irish musicians performing in the streets and pubs. It's the week of the racing carnival so the the town is rocking along! Just like an Irish town we imagined. After a late dinner at The Portethouse we went home for a sleep looking forward to the next day when we will be looking at at the Ring of ...
... this generation apparently, they were under their headphones bopping away when all of a sudden Adam says "Hey-haven't we been by this river a few times?!" We'll leave our readers guessing if his parents chose to be proud of his directional sense or if they used a few choice words and scolded him for not contributing to the effort of finding very hidden street signs! Throw in traffic circles, driving on the wrong side of the road and ...
... a few pints oh and celebrated that thing called valentines day :) Saturday (15th) today we had an adventure to kilarney national park. We walked about 18km all up, had to dodge some huge fallen trees and avoided flooded path ways but the parts we saw were wonderful. We saw an old Abby ruins which had a odd feeling about it as we walked around, then some grand house and gardens and the Torc waterfalls which were beautiful. So lucky today, beautiful ...