Ballycarbery Castle, Ring of Kerry, Ireland. More trip reviews and tips on my blog post Travel Tuesday: Driving the Ring of Kerry at http://www.fabeveryday.com/2013/10/travel-tuesday-driving-ring-of-kerry.html

Ballycarbery Castle, Ring of Kerry, Ireland. More trip reviews and tips on my blog post Travel Tuesday: Driving the Ring of Kerry at http://www.fabeveryday.com/2013/10/travel-tuesday-driving-ring-of-kerry.html

The Wishing Stairs on the grounds of Blarney Castle, County Cork, Ireland. Wishing steps I hope i can walk these some day before I pass.

The Wishing Stairs on the grounds of Blarney Castle, County Cork, Ireland. Wishing steps I hope i can walk these some day before I pass.

I don't know about a bucket list but I'd like to try....and I guess I'll just pin it to my bucket list board :/

Kilcoe Castle Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland. After 1640 the castle was never occupied again. Since then the castle has passed through a number of hands. At the start of the 19th century the English left it for the people who farmed the land. Up to 1966 nobody owned the castle until James Caverly, the local farmer, registered the castle and in 1972 sold it to Edward F.Samuel. He built a bridge connecting the castle to the main land but decided not to restore it. He then sold it to Jeremy…

Kilcoe Castle Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland. After 1640 the castle was never occupied again. Since then the castle has passed through a number of hands. At the start of the 19th century the English left it for the people who farmed the land. Up to 1966 nobody owned the castle until James Caverly, the local farmer, registered the castle and in 1972 sold it to Edward F.Samuel. He built a bridge connecting the castle to the main land but decided not to restore it. He then sold it to Jeremy…

9 castles you cannot miss in Ireland. Of course, you’ll find many others along the way, some in ruins, some on private property and some abandoned. Take them all in and just enjoy being in Ireland, there is no better place on earth to indulge in your castle daydreams. Click to read the full adventure travel blog post at http://www.divergenttravelers.com/9-castles-you-cannot-miss-ireland/

9 castles you cannot miss in Ireland. Of course, you’ll find many others along the way, some in ruins, some on private property and some abandoned. Take them all in and just enjoy being in Ireland, there is no better place on earth to indulge in your castle daydreams. Click to read the full adventure travel blog post at http://www.divergenttravelers.com/9-castles-you-cannot-miss-ireland/

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