So!!! Returning …Here we are, almost at home.The clear skies, clear and hot day and Lisbon always beautiful!
To end the adventure in Ireland again a little visit to Temple Bar. A bit of live music. A good Irish Coffe for me and a Guinness to Jorge! What else! Finishing, some night shots… the last ones from both sides of O’Connell’s Bridge…
We could not to visit Newgrange but I got an entrance to Knowth, a tomb set from the Neolithic that dispate suffering various types of occupation did not changed to much. Entrance of one of the sattelite or passing tombs. View from the top of the main tomb where in later times existed Neolithic villages. […]
Finally in Dublin short on time and much to revisit. Visiting once more the Guinness Storehouse. Slainte! To you! After a Guinness in the Gravity Bar, a pleasant evening with a bit of Irish music in Arthur’s Bar in the Guinness building.
On the final stretch, the beautiful village of Cobh. Fast passing through Waterford
Blarney Castle and Gardens. Day of “Fairytales”. Between magical castles, druids, witches, fairies, elves, stairs that realizes our wishes and stones that make us eloquents … And finally a brief visit to Cork
On the way to Cork coming out of Killarney going through Kenmare and a bit of history … prehistory. Bonane Heritage Park Old-fashioned Cottage. And the landscape changes … After passing the tunnel that divides Kerry and Cork Counties the landscape colors changes . Again between islands and clippings and a delicious stop … A […]
After returning from the tour to Skellig Island a journey around Valentia and take the ferry back to the Kerry peninsula to close the ring in Killarney. Arrived in Killarney, Ring of Kerry closed … …and gather strength for the next day.
A boat ride through the Skellig Islands and walk visit to the Skellig Michael island , or Great Skellig. Located in 11.6 km west of the Iveragh peninsula in Kerry, Ireland. Around the sixth century was built a Christian monastery on Skellig Maichael or Great Skellig that always remained busy until the twelfth century when […]
After our little walk we followed the way to the Ring of Kerry until Portmagee a small fishing village where we have the boats to the island of Skellig Michael, or Great Skellig. Arrived in Portmagee a seafood risotto and pork fillet dinner … Followed with …