Carrig Country House & Restaurant
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A view with a room, surely that is a typo and should be a room with a view. But that is definitely not the case. Around 6 pm last night Johan was tired from all the driving and we saw a little road sign to a four star hotel. It was off the main road and into the trees. We immediately decided that it looks like a good idea. We followed the sign and …
... at the time so we left. Later we went to another freinds house near Ballymakery. They were not home but we met one of the three sons. We then left for Dingle for Sharon;s. We met her doughter Lunisa. We watched children,s shows with her. then we had a lighter then expected dinner and went to bed.
The second day Aaron and I went and spent time in Dingle. We went to an Aquarium with Lunisa, We ended up going though the Aqarium 3 ...
... the National Park for a few hours. It may have rained, and we all may have frozen a little bit, but I think it was worth it. From where ever you were in Killarney, you could see the mountains, which were covered in snow. The park had some wild animals, some streams, and a castle at the end of our journey. Everything, to me, ...
... a pub, there were old shoes and shoe boxes hung on the walls. One sign inside read "step up and get waisted!" The next morning we decided to make a big breakfast with other people in our hostel...we were getting tired of yogurt and really missed pancakes! After that we spent our last day in Dingle by doing a 50km bike ride along Sle Head drive to the Dingle peninsula. It was so windy out it felt like we were going to get blown over on our bikes. There was a beautiful view of ...
... it did cause a big scrape. We think that maybe mom’s hiking poles aggravated the dogs. They didn’t even bother the hikers behind us.
After checking to make sure mom was okay, we continued on and realized we were in a clump of houses. And we were starting to wonder if we were in the right place. Some hikers came up behind us, so we asked them if they knew where the wedge tomb was. And they had no idea.
So we figured we were probably in the ...
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