The Final Furlong

Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Ireland | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Cahersiveen

Ring of Kerry Weekend

A travel blog entry by akreyling


... went to Valentia Island, where the transatlantic cable started and connected Europe to America. We also climbed to the top of a mountain, about a mile up. The views were beautiful, I could have stayed up there all day even with the horrible wind. There were also a point that you could see some cliffs, those were pretty cool to see. After that we went to the state quarry which is where the slate comes from. It is used all over the world and when you go it is just piles and ...

Day 9 in Cahersiveen

A travel blog entry by wichitap2p

Today was all about community service. To start our day we awoke at 6:45 and headed for the bogs! The weather was cold a rainy, but we put on ponchos and headed out. Each person cut one piece of turf do the work wasn't hard. After working at the bogs we toured Cahersiveen and learned more about Daniel O'Connell, looked around in the park named for him. We ate lunch at the community center where we met some of the local ...

Queen of The World Moment

A travel blog entry by jauntyjaunts


... prominent person of the era due to the size and location. I've included a few pics of the views, but they were indescribable. I ate some lunch and visited the in town sites before dropping off my laundry bumming around before being picked up again. It is so nice to have clean clothes! I made an early night of it particularly because I'm still getting over my cold and also because tomorrow is a huge day on trip...Skellig ...

Little lamsy divey

A travel blog entry by melepua


... did the time go? The way the pub told us they were closing was by playing "Time to say goodbye” very loudly on the background music. Tricky, they are.

We taxied back to my friend’s house, just outside of town but probably not terribly safe to walk at night and got a good night’s sleep. The next morning we cooked a little sausage and eggs breakfast and went for a coffee. She was going to join some other friends for a walk ...

Lingering in Dingle

A travel blog entry by tammnel


... Mall" which means to slow down; it is painted on the road as you enter a town. The Dingle Peninsula is a Gaeltacht region, which means that they are an Irish-speaking region. All road signs are in Irish only. We did not stop in any pubs here; but if we had we would be likely to hear people conversing in Irish. Once back in Dingle our next adventure lay ahead of us: driving over Connor's Pass. This is the highest pass in Ireland, and there were many signs that said "TURN BACK" if ...

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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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