The Final Furlong

Address: N70, Cahersiveen, County Kerry, \N, Ireland | Ranch
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This ranch, located on N70, 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

    65 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 ...


    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 ...

    Walking Tour update

    A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Aug 22, 2013

    17 comments, 24 photos

    ... five hours of walking we were ready for our stop in the tiny village of Camp. Kathleen Daly, welcomed us to the Finglas House and I was oh so greatful to shed my shoes and socks and wiggle my toes! We visited the Ashe Pub, established in 1800s it looked like a place we'd find at Greenfield Village only with wifi. We got caught up with the outside world and then went to Daly's the pub owned by Kathleen and her husband. Kathleen is like your ...

    Misty, rainy, sunny, last day in Dingle

    A travel blog entry by bevin on Oct 09, 2012

    23 photos

    ... found on the old stones, on a pendant with a gold Celtic triad. "By having your name inscribed on Ogham, you share a piece of Ireland's history as 2000 years later, this script is still being used".

    Drove up the back road through Connor Pass - oh my goodness the road was narrow, tiny and steep sides that I was glad I couldn't really see as the edge seemed too near! Too foggy to see anything ...