Blogs from Glenbeigh, County Kerry, Ireland, Europe


Europe » Ireland » County Kerry » Glenbeigh July 13th 2010

Geo: 52.0582, -9.93661July 13, 2010Killarney, County Kerry, Republic of IrelandRing of Kerry Scenic DriveI got up at 6:30 a.m. for a 7:15 buffet style breakfast. I told Dylan that I would not be doing the Liam O'Connor show tonight. Of course he said it was up to me, but I was going to miss a great show. (I doubt that…who would want to listen an accordion being played for 3 hours).We left the hotel about 8:15 a.m. for a scenic drive called the Ring of Kerry. As far as the drive along the Ring of Kerry, it had some nice scenic areas. We went through mountainous areas and coastal areas. We stopped at a pub about 9 called the Red Fox Inn in Glenbeigh to have a drink (way too early for that), but they also ... read more
Ring of Kerry: Glenbeigh
Ring of Kerry: Killorglin to Glenbeigh
Ring of Kerry: Killorglin to Glenbeigh

Europe » Ireland » County Kerry » Glenbeigh August 2nd 2008

So i arrived to Cork on July 9th, a few weeks ago. The weather was no surprise...raining. I spent a few weeks just going for walks alone as Dave was working. He is offically "Retired" since July 27th as we say! Ronan is Daves friend that we are staying with here in Cork for a few weeks. They are still in training for the triathelon, so I had even more time to myself as I have no intentions of putting on a wetsuit and swimming in the sea, or cycline gor 40 miles!! The "King of the Hill" Traithelon was in Kinsale, and Ronan and Dave both finished the race. Ronan finished in 1hr 36 min and Dave wasnt too far behind finishing in 1hr 41 min. It was their first triathelon and all of their ... read more
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Europe » Ireland » County Kerry » Glenbeigh November 7th 2006

I have decided that too much vacation can be a bad thing. I have grown weary of traveling all over to see things. The only things that we had still wanted to see are the pricier items and I can’t justify it yet. The Aran Islands require a ferry passage to reach them and the Bunratty Castle and Folk Park offers the medieval dinner and musical entertainment but that alone runs about €60 for each of us. So we are keeping closer to home and trying to not spend much. Today we went off in search of two more geocaches in the area. It is the one thing I appreciate about the hobby above all else. The two areas that we went to today were not anywhere that I would have ventured to otherwise. Both geocaches ... read more
The View from Caragh Geocache
The Lonely Texan
Buddy's World Geocache

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