The Final Furlong

Address: Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Ireland | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located in Cahersiveen, is near The Skellig Experience, Old Slate Quarry, St. Brendan's Well, and The Anchor.
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      Travel Blogs from Cahersiveen

      The Ring of Kerry

      A travel blog entry by sarahmarceca on Jan 30, 2015

      71 photos

      ... because my pictures have the locations tagged.. but I will end with explaining my favorite stop which was..well not technically just a stop..but the drive into Abbey Island, the Island itself, and the drive back (see pictures of the snow cap mountains). We literally drove through cut out mountains and twisted and turned all along the country side. It was the most amazing sight to see..especially because me and my two friends sat in the very front of the bus so we got the ...

      Routine….

      A travel blog entry by jentimemilyadah on Sep 12, 2014

      11 photos

      ... gratin’ (thank you Jen) and you get one of the best meals possible.

      - More blackberry picking and great research on local shield bugs (Jen putting her UC Davis animology classes and internet researching skills together

      - A good FaceTime with Pop Pop for a quick hello back hom

      - Emily: "Adah, we have to let the ice cream saw ...

      Ring of Kerry Weekend

      A travel blog entry by akreyling on Feb 14, 2014

      7 photos

      ... took some pictures afterwards. We went to Torc Waterfall afterwards. It was cool. Some trees were knocked down in our path but it didn't stop the bunch of tourists that were there. Then we went to the Killarney National Park, our tour guide brought us on a walk to see the mountains and lakes through some paths, but we were only there for an hour or so. We then started our journey back to Cork, from there it was about an hour and a half ride. Everyone was exhausted, I took a ...

      Dingle Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by kcmartin on Jul 09, 2013

      5 photos

      ... of the things we saw on the drive were 'bee-hive' type houses which are hundreds of years old. We stopped for a photo and two of them which were right next to the highway. The two houses are on private property and if you want to get a close up picture of the structures, the owner of the property runs out and demands a 2 euro fee. Some of our tour paid for it. But I just used my camera lens to get a good shot. ...

      I Peed on a Mountain and Feel Justified

      A travel blog entry by jauntyjaunts on Sep 22, 2012

      11 photos

      ... Getting out of the boat was an adventure. There is one dock and the various boats take turns pulling up to it while the rest get tossed around in the tumultuous waters off the rocky shore. It was a bit of a rollercoaster ride. Getting to land was a lesson in timing and fearlessness. The boat pulls in as close as it can, loosely ties off, and then you jump up about a foot on to the dock while the boat continues to bob and ...