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Moanlaur towards Emlagh, views of Inch. Ballydavid and other walks.

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Five amazing walks on the Dingle Penninsula, all around Annascaul (except for Mangerton) and easily accessible.

The last few days have been very busy. I met a friend in Baile na nGall on Thursday and went for a lovely 10km walk around the townland. That was followed by a long chat, coffee and two slices of … Continue reading

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New Year’s Eve parade at Annascaul Village, Kerry

It was very interesting to be part of this New Year’s Eve parade. The parade leaders are carrying burning sods of turf on pitchforks. They stop to renew the fire and are followed by local groups carrying flags, National, County, … Continue reading

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Annascaul Walking Club have a New Year’s Eve walk up Brandon Mountain.

Please click on any individual image to see Captions. I have been very fortunate in meeting up with a very active walking club, based in Annascaul village where I am staying. There are regular walks every Sunday, offering a choice … Continue reading

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Wild Atlantic Way , Brandon’s Point, Cappagh beach and swimming.

 

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Sunday’s walk-Annascaul Lake and Martha’s Haggard

(To view any image in full size Please click on it) (Phones, tablets, PC’s  all have different reading screens, change yours if it’s not reading logically) I have made a type of decision to write in the mornings when my … Continue reading

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The sea is calling, however sense prevailed. It doesn’t always, even though it was ok yesterday I still stumbled on the slippy stones.

“Water. The unbending, addictive force that consumes our thoughts, constantly beckoning our souls to seek it out. Once we have given into its pull and are in it’s embrace, it awakens our inner otter calling upon us to test the … Continue reading

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