Guinness, Castles, and Countryside: View From an Irish Untour
There's something supremely unique about Ireland. Maybe it's the friendly people or the sturdy, homey architecture. Perhaps it's the variety of landscapes, from mountains, cliffs, rolling hills and forest. Or maybe it's just the warmth of walking into an Irish pub and enjoying a pint of Guinness with strangers that soon become friends. Whatever it is, Rebecca Leah Lynch found it on her recent Untour to Ireland. Here are some of her favorite photos and memories from the journey.
Blarney Castle... YES we kissed the Blarney Stone.
Guinness is good for you.
Leah going for a ride on an Irish Cobb Horse with a mustache!
Leah relaxing at the Three Musiscans overlooking Kenmare Bay.
Leah staying warm in her new Irish sweater on the Ring of Kerry. (And yes, that's snow in the background!).
Leah taking a short hike in what we called a Fairy Forest.
Lots of new baby sheep when we were there in early April.
Robert, our jaunty driver at Muckross House, and Leah.
Stone Circle in Kenmare.
We called Leah's new slippers Irish Uggs!
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