This is one of the walls of the ruined Ballycarberry Castle [^], just off of the Ring of Kerry, near Cahersiveen.
I climbed through a window here to get a photo of the outside. Coming back I jumped down from the window and went flying!
I thought for a minute that we would be visiting a hospital on day two of our honeymoon. Luckily the only damage was a grass-stained pair of jeans and my pride. Oh, and the new Mrs CannibalRabbit thought that the whole thing was absolutely hilarious – no wonder my pride was injured.
Giant's Causeway - CannibalRabbits
The CannibalRabbits on the windswept Giant’s Causeway, a series of mostly hexagonal basalt columns.
The Giant’s Causeway is Northern Ireland’s only World Heritage Listed site.
The Giant’s Causeway looking seawards. This was the one of the few places in Ireland that we encountered lots of other tourists. It is a long climb down the cliff road from the visitor centre to the causeway, but the climb back up is even worse – no wonder the fare for the complex bus is so high.
Eiffel Tower from the Arc de Triomphe
The Eiffel Tower from the Arc de Triomphe, dominating central Paris.
Uffington White Horse
The stylised prehistoric Uffington White Horse stretches for 374 feet along the hillside. Close by lie Wayland’s Smithy and Uffington Castle.