Killarney Lakeland Cottages
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... the motorway route instead. Less stress, and more daylight to enjoy the views.
The Cliffs of Mohir are spectacular. At some points, you are at least 600' above the water. When the wind is blowing like it did today, that makes it more likely that you will experience the free fall...At one point, we walked through an arch in the tower on the edge, and it felt like you were being sucked through. Ryan turned around and leaned into ...
... Friendly Kung-fu staff member Ian (didn't actually get his name, but he should have one) had suggested walking back down to the national park entrance by the cathedral, from where Ross' castle was a half hour walk, so I did that, losing myself on the various trails. On the way in to Killarney I had wondered if I'd become inured to the sights, with a mountain range failing to leave my jaw dropped, and I strolled blithely through the shady paths of the park. Thinking about running, as ...
... me, and call me. “Carrie, where are you? Come to town with us! Don’t come to town! Stay in Thomond! What are you doing in town? Why are you going to the new place? Carrie, where are you? Come to town! We’ll meet you at the new place!” and so on. That last bit gave me a slight heart attack. I was in my room of my future house and one of my new housemates, who I just met right then, was sitting on the couch sipping tea, ...
... room a couple of times to mingle with other travels. The lads taught me how to play rummy and we (and by we I mean I) stole some pringles from some Irish girls. Naturally, I ate the whole can over the next 24 hours. The evening was nice and relaxed and Audra and I were finally able to catch up on some blogging, e-mailing, facebooking, etc. while the boys went and frolicked in town. We wanted to go but opted to save our energy and money for bigger, better adventures in Dublin!