Gap of Dunloe

945822_10151781159767272_589755104_nTouring the Gap of Dunloe was a bit of risk. We were told we’d be picked up in the car park of a Killarney hotel, then we’d be transported by bus to nearby Ross Castle where we’d board a boat to someone called Lord Brandon’s cottage, then there’d be a pony and trap waiting to carry us on the seven mile journey through the Gap of Dunloe. In all honestly I think we were half-expecting it to be a bit of a pensioners trip, which is all good and well, but not when you’re 23.

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