Fenechs et al in Ireland: Kerry Days

27 04 2011

On our first full day in Kerry, we decided to go for a hike/walk, since we had spent most of the previous day sitting (in planes, the car etc). Anyways, after the humungous breakfast prepared by Gret and Podge we definitely needed to walk, so we made our way to Killarney National Park, and took off on a hike around Muckross Lake. The views we saw were spectacular, and though we walked quite a bit the stunning views made it worth while.

Group Photo on the Bridge

Group Photo on the Bridge

On the Old Weir Bridge

At the Old Weir Bridge

At the Old Weir Bridge

The stunning Torc Waterfall (some of us wanted to go up Torc Mountain but sadly (boohooboohoo) the path was closed…oh the disappointment)

Bro, Sis and soon to be Sis at Torc Waterfall

Bro, Sis and soon to be Sis at Torc Waterfall

Another stunning bridge and view

Another stunning view

Another stunning view

We then made our way to the car, had a late lunch at Killarney and made our way to the B&B where we had a short rest, then went to Killorglin. After walking around the area for a bit, we went back to the B&B, where we planned the next days, saw a movie and then went off to bed.

Again, I thank Michael for taking these beautiful photos.

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3 responses

28 04 2011
Michael

Glad to see my pictures used – the last ones are now uploaded.

I really enjoyed the trip! 🙂

28 04 2011
ceciliafenech

Oki dokes :)…still need to write the last few blog posts…hopefully tonight or over the weekend 🙂

2 05 2011
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