|Uprooted trees in Killarney National Park|
|Ross castle, full of steep stairs and old furniture, on the shores of Lough Leane|
We then went to Caherciveen and camped in the coolest campsite I've ever been to which was right by the sea and had a kitchen, dining room and living room with a fire and everything. The people who ran it were also really friendly, and they had two really cool cats.
|View of Mannix Point campsite... One day when it wasn't raining!|
|I'm sure this is nicer than the kitchen in the house I lived in last year!|
We went on walks to see ruined castles, stone forts and were right near the Skellig islands, famous for the 6th century monastery, vast amounts of wildlife and lighthouses.
|Inside Cahergall stone fort|
|View from Skellig Michael. See how white Little Skellig looks- they're birds!|
Then lastly we went back to Dublin to catch the ferry home again and whilst there, finally had some cake.
|Chocolate/lime and lemon/cashew cake. It was delicious!|
The cake was from a vegetarian wholefood restaurant called Cornucopia, which looked a bit expensive, but their cake was excellent.
I had so many great photos from Ireland, that I thought it'd be nice to share those too, hence the increase in the number of photos from normal. What a surprise; it turns out that I do take photos of something other than cake after all!