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... beautiful! Bay's are spread like fingers up and down the coast, villages and towns popping up around them. The GPS beeps out you have arrived, but we see no stone circle. We drive up a hillside and see an older woman pruning her garden. We stop and ask her for directions. She asks Genny to get out of the car and Elizabeth hears what sounds like "Get out of the car and have a snack." Genny, a bit nervously, exits the car and disappears over the ...
... to get on top of the stone wall and take pictures. (I needed a boost up; Tia somehow made it graceful; Michelle was both impressive and hilarious with her near-falls over both sides of the wall. Her struggle even caught the attention of a passing ambulance driver with his lights on. In short, appreciate those pics.) We finally made it to Killarney Nation Park, where the scenery was beautiful. There was a birch area that came straight out of that one scene ...
... both ways and Doug secured the table in the window for the evening. We continued on to the Eagle Point campsite at Ballylickey and had the most magnificent pitch over-looking Bantry Bay and Whiddy Island. We had about an hour to get ready and then Chris and Doug joined us to sample my Birthday bottle of Bucks Fizz, courtesy of Russ and Anna. Thanks guys it was scrummy! The taxi arrived early and we got down to the restaurant in record time ...
... principally from a donation of Muckross Estate, which was presented to the State in 1932 by Senator Arthur Vincentand his parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. William Bowers Bourn, in memory of Senator Vincent's late wife, Maud. The park was substantially expanded by acquisition of land from the former Earl of Kenmare's estate.
After seeing the house, having a snack and doing a little shopping in the gift store, we hired a jaunting car ...
... way! (Because the seat wasn't ******!) Back at the hostel, we met tons of new people. A lot of French and German people come to Ireland for their vacation. It is beautiful, close, and they can get cheap flights. We also met a Kiwi couple who were going around Ireland playing music at different pubs. One night they teamed up with Martin, a French violinist, and played at a local pub in Annascaul, near our hostel. A bunch of us from the hostel went down to ...