Garvey's Farmhouse

Address: Ventry, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Ranch
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A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jul 07, 2014

... cliffs in Kerry", until it was four euro per person just to park and walk up there. Sounded like a fluke, so we kept on driving the loop. We stumbled across some some beautfiul beaches. The first one, we all got out and walked around. The second beach, Ballinskellig, was gorgeous. With the girls gone to find a bathroom, Lynn and I had some quality time to admire the views and goof around. Once the girls wandered back, we headed back to Portmagee. We all ...

That will be Ireland, so.

A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Jul 05, 2014

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... an old abbey turned cemetery and an old castle just a short walk of the beach. This time it was my turn to be adventurous, J and N weren't appropriately dressed to walk across the shallow waters of the beach, so I did it all by myself.

Then we had to find an ATM which is yet another town away, in Waterville. We had a bit of a walk around, the weather had calmed down a bit by then. We took a drive out to see a fort (now when they say ...


A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on Feb 11, 2014

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... with the butterscotch it was amazing. We decided that we would find a pub if one were open to get a drink before we went back to the hostel, we found one with a few locals and had a pint of Guinness each. Turns out they were cooking certain meals so we treated ourselves to fish and chips since we couldn't cook anything. When we got back we had a snooze as there wasn't much else to do, woke up around 6 and still no sign of any power anytime soon. When we left the pub the weather ...

Touring the Coast

A travel blog entry by tonkin on Apr 29, 2013

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... previous grandeur after it was allowed to fall into ruin in the mid 20th century.

Kilkenny was surprisingly small and we ate lunch at a crowded pub somewhere at its centre.

We left early afternoon and drove three hours West where we hoped to experience the famous Ring of Kerry in good weather.

I much prefer driving here in Ireland than in Britain because the roads are so much wider and much ...

Is it Summer Here or Winter...

A travel blog entry by tiffanytjohnson on May 19, 2012

3 comments, 43 photos

... there was even a guy that followed me for a while. Once I saw him, I crossed the street and walked with an American couple who ironically were from Kansas. They ended up walking me most of the way. Eventually, after the guy saw that I was walking with then he disappeared. For the remainder of my stay here I will not venture off alone. If anyone in my family is reading this, please do not show my mom, she would kill me…. ...