For the next portion of our adventure, we headed more inland (though can you truly be inland on an island that you can’t get more than 75 miles – I’m making an educated guess here – from the coast?) to Co. Tipperary.
The weather turned grey and cold by the time we got to the Rock of Cashel which happens to be on the top of a windy hill. Um, it was freezing up there.
One of the things that the Rock of Cashel is known for is its many high crosses.
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