Ausfluege/Trips, Irland, Reisen/Travel

Newport – Ireland

After we spent the whole day at Bunratty Castle we arrived in Newport, Co. Mayo just in time to see the beautiful sunset.

Nachdem die Anreise von Kerry ueber Bunratty Castle tagesfuellend war, gab es abends in Newport, Co. Mayo zum kroenenden Abschluss noch einen schoenen Sonnenuntergang zu sehen.

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Bunratty Castle – Ireland

After 4 days in Kerry we drove up the coast to Newport where we had another few days to explore. On the way there – about a 3 hour drive – we stumbled over Bunratty Castle while looking for restrooms. Well, I found the restrooms and then toured at this fantastic site which includes a castle and a medieval village

Nachdem wir 4 Tage in Kerry verbracht hatten, ging es die Kueste hoch nach Newport, wo wir nochmal 3 Tage verbringen wollten. Unterwegs, auf der Suche nach Toiletten stolperten wir zufaellig ueber Bunratty Castle, wo es nicht nur dieses fantastische Schloss sondern auch ein mittelalterliches Dorf zu touren gab.

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Montag morgen – die Kuehe muessen zur Arbeit (monday morning, the cows have to go to work)

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Ireland – Cronin’s loop

Thinking back to this hike I remember one thing very clearly – it was VERY WET! The thing with rain clouds and valleys is that the clouds get stuck. And they don’t move until they are light enough to climb over the mountain. I knew that before … this has just shown me it applies every single time. So when we got to Cronin’s Loop parking lot it drizzled a little and it was very cloudy. But you know what, I thought that I’m only there once so I’ll make the best out of it. I had these new (pricey) hiking boots that were supposed to be waterproof, so ONWARD! Well, my feet were soaked through after about 45 minutes and it stopped drizzling … because it started to rain full force. It still was a beautiful hike and I actually love these gloomy pictures no travel magazine would ever show.

Wenn ich an diese Wanderung zurueckdenke, erinnere ich mich an eines ganz genau – es war SEHR NASS. Das Ding mit Regenwolken in Taelern ist, dass sie da haengen bleiben. Und sie werden sich nicht eher da wegbewegen, bis sie sich abgeregnet haben und leicht genug sind, um ueber die Berge zu kommen. Das wusste ich auch vorher … und nun weiss ich, dass diese Theorie wirklich IMMER zutrifft. Als wir also beim Conin’s Loop Parkplatz ankamen, nieselte es traege vor sich hin und der Himmel war grau und wolkenschwer. Aber gut, was will man machen? Man ist schliessllich nur einmal im Urlaub und will das Beste draus machen. Ich hatte ja zum Glueck meine neue Wanderstiefel also LOS! Nunja, nach ungefaehr 45 Minuten waren meine Fuesse durchgeweicht und jeder Schritt machte dieses nervige, schmatzende Geraeusch, aber es hoerte zu nieseln auf – weil es richtig anfing zu regnen. Trotzdem war es eine schoene Wanderung und eigentlich gefallen mir diese duesteren Bildern, die kein Wandermagazin jemals zeigen wuerde, richtig gut.

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Ireland 3 – Mt. Brandon, Conor View, Beehives, Dun Choain, Gallarus, Kilmalkedar

Day 3 of the adventure in Ireland. I really liked this excursion because the weather was just perfect – everything was so green and the sky so wonderfully blue. But see for yourself:

Tag 3 des grossen Irlandabenteuers. Dieser Tag ist mir noch besonders in Erinnerung. Das Wetter war grandios – alles war megagruen und der Himmel azurblau! Aber schaut mal selbst:

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King Puck of Kerry (yes, the king is a goat.) Find the whole story here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puck_Fair
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The streets up to Mr. Brandon were so narrow. I was terrified of oncoming traffic but none came.
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Mt. Brandon. I don’t what to say, it’s just stunningly beautiful.

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The Conor Pass is one of the highest mountain passes in Ireland, and provides the most dramatic and scenic way of crossing from the north to south coast of the Dingle Peninsula. This narrow, twisting road runs for 12kms between the town of Dingle on the south and Kilmore Cross on the north of the peninsula. This is Conor’s View.
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Still on Conor Pass/Wild Atlantic Way
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This sea gull must be very comfortable with tourists. It just sat there and let everyone take pictures.
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Following Conor Pass and finding little farms and beehive sites on the way.

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Dun Choa.

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Dun Chaoin Pier (Dunquin) … it is an adventurous drive there! And the walk down to the beach is quite strengous.
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What a beautiful view!
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Gallarus oratory. A stunning site constructed entirely of locally sourced stones. The gradually overlapping of the stones form a slightly inward curving shape until the arch was closed at the apex of the roof
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Only a few miles from the oratory you can find Kilmalkedar with this fabulous little guy marking the hiking path.
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To the north of the church is a medieval building known as St Brendan’s House or the Priest’s House. Close to the south east corner is St Brendan’s Holy Well. Unfortunately the landowner has a large gate across the pathway denying access.
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Not far from the Priest’s House you’ll find Kilmalkedar Church with a beautiful graveyard, Ogham Stone, Sundail, Alphabet Stone and Stone crosses
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Kilmalkedar, Romanesque Church
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more Ireland – Ross Castle, Muchross House, Torc Waterfall, Ladies View

On our second day in Ireland we actually had kind of plan what we wanted to see. So we started in our little town of Kerry and drove a loop, checking off  the things on our the bucket list.

An unserem zweiten Tag in Irland hatten wir sogar einen Plan, was wir unbedingt sehen wollten. Also ging es morgens in Kerry los und immer schoen der Strasse entlang von Sehenswuerdigkeit zu Sehenswuerdigkeit.

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Ross Castle. This sight has a delightful tour which is about an hour long but time flies by when you listen to all these interesting stories about former owners, disputes over livestock and ramming down a front door while arrows rain down on you.
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Lough Leane
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Muckross House
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Muckross House and the beautiful gardens
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The mountains are such a beautiful background to the gardens.
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If you get tired just jump into one of the carriages. There are plenty of them.
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The 19th-century mansion set among mountains and woodland, with shop, cafe and working farms.
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Torc Waterfalls – you can actually hike from Muckross House to here. It’s about 2,5km, just follow the masses.
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Torc Waterfall is a 20 metres high, 110 metres long cascade waterfall formed by the Owengarriff River as it drains from the Devil’s Punchbowl corrie lake at Mangerton Mountain.
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All around the waterfall beautiful, fuzzy, overgrown with moss woods.
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Muckross Lake, the deepest of three lakes in Killarney

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Ladies View, beautiful and not only for ladies.

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I have no idea what church that is. It’s just one of those pictures I snapped along the road back to Kerry. You can tell by the smudge in the middle. 🙂

 

Ausfluege/Trips, Austria, katsching on tour, Reisen/Travel

Oetzi – someone must have really hated him

If you have lived in the 1990s you probably have heard of the Ötzi, also called the Iceman, the Similaun Man, the Man from Hauslabjoch, the Tyrolean Iceman, and the Hauslabjoch mummy. He’s pretty famous for a guy who has been dead for over 5000 years, huh?! If you don’t know whom I’m talking about this is the short version: Copper Age man gets murdered with bow and arrow 5300 years ago on the Val Senales Valley glacier, dies, and stays preserved naturally in the ice until two German hikers find him in 1991. He has been the subject of intensive research and speculations ever since. Of course he needed his own museum and I think there’s even more than just one – in the Oetztal Valley is this living history museum called Local Heritage Museum. It doesn’t just show you what they have discovered of Mr. Iceman, no it’s more about how he and his people must have lived. It’s pretty interesting and not so different from what you might have expected. What I definitely didn’t expect was to hear, that Oetzi already had lots of diseases we connect to our nowadays lifestyle; heart disease, joint pain, tooth decay, atherosclerosis, smoker’s lung. But he wasn’t the original Marlboro man, as you might think – he just sat often close to the fire or in non-ventilated areas as most of his contemporaries.

Falls Ihr in den 1990ern gelebt habt, habt Ihr sicher schon viel vom Oetzi gehoert. Das war ja damals DIE Sensation schlechthin und fuer eine Weile rissen, die Schlagzeilen ueber den Mann aus dem Eis nicht mehr ab. Mittlerweile ist es etwas ruhig um ihn geworden. Wenn man allerdings mal zufaellig ins Oetztal reist, ist er wieder allgegenwaertig. Sogar ein Oetzi-Dorf wurde dort auf die Beine gestellt und man kann sich das Leben von vor 5000 Jahren aus der Naehe anschauen. Was mich am meisten ueberraschte, war eigentlich dass Oetzi schon mit allen moeglichen Zivilisationskrankheiten zu kaempfen hatte, Gelenkschmerzen, Arterienverkalkung, Zahnverfall (Beim Mahlen des Korns gelangten wohl kleinste Sandteilchen ins Mehl und so langsam aber sicher wurden dadurch die Zahne abgeschmirgelt.) und eine Raucherlunge hatte der Arme auch. Nein, nicht wie Ihr denkt, kein fruehzeitlicher Kettenraucher – nein, er sass am Feuer, und im Winter dann wohl auch oft in schlecht beluefteten Raeumlichkeiten. Wer haette das gedacht … 

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Oetzi’s smiling goat

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oops, an adventurous monster and her duck climbing on a bronze age trailer

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… but they are just as wet as anywhere else. (and so we got soaked again)
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a little bit more of Austria

Ein bisschen Oesterreich habe ich noch fuer Euch. Mittlerweile liegt diese Reise ungefaehr zwei Monate zurueck, aber ich bin beim Fotosanschauen doch wieder zurueckkatapultiert worden. Ich kann mir nicht viel schoeneres vorstellen, als in der Weltgeschichte umherzureisen und darueber zu schreiben, oder wenn Euch der Text zu langweilig ist, Fotos anschauen reicht ja auch. 🙂

Also wir hatten diese niedliche Ferienwohnung in Neurur – und dieses Doerflein ist wirklich so urig, wie es sich anhoert. Rechts und links nur Berge, in der Mitte die einzige Strasse, die auch noch eine Sackgasse war, weil sie am Ende im Gletscher endet und alle paar Meter sprudelt ein Wasserfall von den Bergen runter. Um das Klischee perfekt zu bedienen, stehen auf den gruenen Wiesen/Almen gutmuetige Kuehe rum, die bei jeder Bewegung leise vor sich hinbimmeln. Wenn Ihr im Woerterbuch ‘Idylle’ nachschlagt, findet ihr ein Bild von Neurur!

Der naechste Supermarkt ist im 20km entfernten Wenns. Weil die Strasse ziemlich gewunden und eng ist, braucht man fast eine halbe Stunde fuer die paar Kilometer, aber manchmal muss man ja auch was essen. Wenns ist quasi die oertliche Metropole und man kratzt immerhin 2000 Einwohner zusammen. Das Staedtchen ist sehr suess und die Gebaeude sind auf jeden Fall einen kleinen Ortsrundgang wert, wenn man auf kunstvoll bemalte Hauswaende und sakrale Kunst steht. 

I have quite a few pictures of Austria left for you. In the meantime this trip dates almost 2 months back but looking at my photos katapulted me back in time and I thought I’ll make a few more blog posts. Right now I can’t think of anything more delightful than traveling around and write something about my destinations … or if this is too boring for you, just scoll on to the pictures.

So we had this very neat airbnb in Neurur – and this little village is as cozy as it sounds. Left and right you have those steep mountains. In the middle there is the only road, and it’s also a dead end street because at the end of the Pitztal Valley the Pitztal Glacier stops you from going wherever you think you were going and every few meters you see small waterfalls gushing down the mountains. And to make this cliche perfect you see sweet-natured cows on lush, green meadows everywhere, their bells softly jingling with their every movement. So look up ‘idyllic’ in your dictionary and you will find a picture of Neurur there.

The closest supermarket is 20km (13 miles) away but it probably takes you almost half an hour to get there since the road is so narrow and winding. But you have to eat, right?! Wenns is the closest town, kind of a metropolis in the area, with about 2000 inhabitants. It’s very neat and once we were there, we walked around for a bit and looked at this really elaborately painted houses and of course the little church.

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not so creepy crawlies in Austria

Wie sagt man so schoen, “Dem Fröhlichen ist jedes Unkraut eine Blume, dem Betrübten ist jede Blume ein Unkraut.” In diesem Sinne habe ich auf unseren Wanderungen unheimlich viele wilde Blumen und niedliches Getier gefunden. Wenn es Euch wenigstens ein bisschen so geht, wie mir, dann freut Ihr Euch bestimmt auch, wenn man mal irgendwo was krabbeln oder herumschwirren sieht. Die Fakten des Klimawandel und Artensterben machen mich ganz besorgt. Es kann doch echt nicht sein, dass wir so daemlich sind und unseren Planeten zugrunde richten. Heute also ein paar Bilder, die Euch eventuell dazu bewegen, nicht zum Pestizid zu greifen oder mal das Auto stehen zu lassen.

There’s this Finnish saying which translates to something like, ‘For the cheerful every weed is a flower, but for the sorrowful every flower is a weed’. In this spirit I saw a lot of beautiful, wild flowers and not so creepy crawlies whilst hiking in Austria. If you are only a little bit like me, then you can probably appreciate something creeping and crawling through the grass. The facts of climate change and the extinction of insects are on my mind a lot. Can it be possible that we are so stupid to devastate our planet?! So today I have these pictures that might inspire some of you to not use pesticides or/and leave the car very now and then.

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Perlmutterfalter
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Widderchen Falter

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Schwalbenschwaenzchen
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Please don’t destroy my habitat. Monsters need the wild, too!

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Eggbert loved the water so much, that he almost fell in! (That dude gave me a heart attack!)

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Apollofalter

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Pfitschebachwasserfall/waterfall

Also wenn es von einem im Pitztal im Ueberfluss gibt, dann sind es sicher Wasserfaelle. Eigentlich kann man in jedem der Orte anhalten und mal drauflosgehen – man findet sicher einen Wasserfall!

Der Pfitschebachwasserfall lag allerdings etwas versteckt im Wald hinter einer Alm mit niedlichen Kuehen. Man musste sich schon ganz schoen anstrengen und sich einen schmalen, gewundenen Weg den Berg hochkaempfen. Aber es lohnt sich.

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There’s one thing in the Pitztal in abundance – waterfalls! You just stop at every little village and sooner or later you’ll find one.

The Pfitschebachwaterfall was a little tricky to find because you can’t see it from afar. You basically have to follow a narrow path up up the hill, walk past the meadows with the cute cows, snake your way through the woods, turn a corner and there it is in all it’s glory!

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past the meadows
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cute cows everywhere
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up up up
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there it is, spraying a little refreshment for weary hikers
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hi there
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and down down down the hill
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and back to Saint Leonhard where the hike started