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River Funshion, Glanworth, Co. Cork

River Funshion, Glanworth, Co. Cork


Glanworth Mill, Co. Cork

Glanworth Mill, sitting quietly next to the River Funshion.


Roche's Point, Co. Cork

Roche's Point consists of just a few houses and a lighthouse. From here you have a wonderful view towards the sea. And Cork is just a 30 minutes drive away.


Roche's Point Lighthouse

Roche's Point Lighthouse contrasts well with the blue sky!

Blarney Castle, Co. Cork

Blarney Castle - unfortunately, the interior has been destroyed completely, but you still should climb all the way up to the top...

View from Blarney Castle

...because you will be able to watch the beautiful gardens...

Kissing the Blarney Stone

...and you can queue up for Kissing the Blarney Stone. This shall give you eloquency galore, and this I can confirm (as I have some Irish colleagues)!


River Lee, Co. Cork

View across River Lee in Co. Cork

Roadsigns Co. Cork

You will notice that roadsigns are usually bi-lingual Galic and English. Except west of Galway, when signs suddenly are provided in Galic only...!


Kinsale in the afternoon sun

Kinsale is a small but busy village close to Cork. Though it may be hard to find a parking lot, it is definitely worth a sidetrip!


Gallery B&B Kinsale

The houses in Kinsale are painted with bright colours that look fresh and tidy. This is the Gallery B&B.


Beach, Co. Cork

County Cork has some of the best beaches in Ireland, and the Irish do like them. They even start bathing and swimming! But for us it was too cold! Brrrrrr.

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