White Sands Hotel
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... are sheer into the ocean. However there only seemed to be three small bays of about one kilometre in length. We followed the path in both directions to have a look from different angles. The exercise was worth it because the view did change, including the appearance of a single stone column being battered by the waves.
After buying a few souvenirs in the gift shop we got back into the car to drive towards Killarney. The trip included a car ...
... I made it down without freaking out.....much So about the castle itself. The setting was awesome. As I walked up from the carpark I see a castle, then a huge lake, then mountains. Absolutely stunning! The first part of the castle was built in the 15th century for the O'Donohue family who ruled Killarney at the time. Over the next three centuries it was expanded and altered as it changed hands from lords to earls to english lords and then finally it was a military ...
... they would not let us eat at their outside tables. The ride back to Beaufort seemed harder and more uphill after a big lunch! The Beaufort Bar was our choice for dinner that evening; it was very quiet. We ran into Doney in the bar and he told us the name of our horse neighbor is Valley. We also went up to Kate's for a nightcap.
Our run of good weather was still holding so Friday we did the Torc Mtn hike again. It was actually quite warm and very humid, and when we got to ...
... way from Carlsbad to Palm Desert and had to be defibrillated 3 times before they got her heart started again. Needless to say I was a complete wreck for the rest of the evening - very worried and weepy. Thank goodness there were frequent email updates on her condition. The evening was lovely other than that and we were all able to sit outside for dinner in short sleeves - pretty unbelievable for Ireland! On Wednesday Hiromi and I went to the Hunt Museum to see the displays. It's ...
... with a carved Francis of Assisi on one of the walls. Also an enormous castle ruin - amazing how tall some of these ruins are. On the recommendation of a fellow traveller at breakfast decided to stay on the Dingle Peninsular for the night. Quite mountainous and a very pretty village right on the coast. Enjoyed local fish for tea and finished the night with a long walk (unintentional) home. Looking forward to the drive around the rest of the peninsular ...