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O is that a Shark we see? O no maybe it is a big brown trout!! A small tip, when you catch a brown trout or a salmon in the Lakes of Killarney, row over to the ench and cover the fish in soaking wet newspaper, start a fire and cook it.
Looking to take that someone special away? Killarney offers you that romantic getaway.
Between the first two lakes while travelling through The Gap of Dunloe is an old arch bridge called the 'Wishing Bridge' so named because it is said that wishes made while upon it are destined to come true.
Muckross House & Estate was donated to the Irish state in 1932. It was the first National Park established in Ireland
Beet pulp is a by-product from the processing of sugar beet which is used as fodder for horses and other livestock. It is supplied either as dried flakes or as compressed pellets, but when fed to horses it is usually soaked in water.
"Daisy" interacting with her guests!! A visit to a pet farm is a great place to meet the animals that live on the farm.