Carrig Country House & Restaurant
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... guess! The house also features extensive beautiful gardens to wander around in.
We had dinner with Russ and Lynn in Killarney at Mareena's Simply Foods and it was excellent as usual. Laura and I shared soup and the filet of sole, so we were able to also order the chocolate cake for dessert...aaahhh...so good. I only had a couple of bites because, even though my stomach is feeling MUCH better, I didn't want to upset anything again.
Laura's boyfriend Chase ...
... extraneous to me at first. I would learn to love it later. My suspicions were right. I drove the car up the tiny, winding road for at least a mile. It's one of the local roads that is used for two way traffic, but is only a single lane wide. A lot of the roads are like this for at least small sections, some of them, like the road to the site, are like that for miles. The book, Ogham Stones of the Dingle Peninsula, put together by the ...
... get a little warmer but Burnett Heads this isn’t.
Along the coast from Waterford to Dungarvan it is known as the Copper Coast. There was once quite a number of copper mines along here and there is one old one that we visited. There used to be a narrow gauge railway line along the cliff tops that took the ore in small wooden trolleys to the port.
The town of Youghal (promounced Yawl) is another that was founded by the Vikings perhaps ...
... boasts 52 pubs. It is amazing that a small village like this can sustain that many different pubs.
We continued to travel west, and came to a large pile of peat stacked on the side of the road. Carmel explained that peat was a source of fuel for heat and also cooking of food, and that fire in a home was the focal point. As a result, fire was extremely important. Peat is organic material that has decomposed over hundreds of years. It consists of 45% ...
... I love the place names in Ireland – most of them sound so quaint and musical to me.
So far, I think we have been really fortunate with the weather during this trip. Whenever there is a truly rainy day, we have been driving in the car. And we have had lots of sunny days too. I had expected many more dreary days, one after another, so I am happy with what we have ...