Above image shows River Sneem at Sneem

Today was characterised by cloudy weather and intermittent rain.

We departed our lodgings in Castletownshend and the drove east, along narrow country roads to our first stop of Drombeg Stone Circle, a prehistoric site which originally comprised seventeen closely spaced stones spanning 31 feet in diameter. The stones in the circle slope upwards to the recumbent stone, the midpoint of which aligns with the winter solstice. Close to the circle are the ruins of two round stone-walled prehistoric huts. This site is one of the most visited megalithic sites in Ireland.

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