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Cliff Jumping Allihies

Cliff jumping near Allihies on the Beara Peninsula. This was filmed a few years back. As summer is coming I decided to do an edit of it and make it into a one minute film for face de book. The lads jumping took their time to make sure it was safe to do so and had a great afternoon.

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Cliff Jumping Allihies, Beara Peninsula, Cork

Summer is on the way, brings back memories of happy sunny afternoons at the sea. On the Beautiful Beara Peninsula, be careful if you decide to try this though.

Posted by Beara Peninsula on Thursday, 18 April 2019

Cliff Jumping Allihies

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The last collection An Post Allihies

An Post Office Allihies, “The Last Collection” Allihies An Post Office, “The Last Collection”, filmed a while back and put together now that there are only a few months left. Good luck to Eily on her retirement when it happens. The village will be lost without the Post Office, I guess it is a case of being a business before a service….. Ireland will lose the furthest Post Office from Dublin, Allihies will lose a service and a social meeting point. Tourists will see the effects of dying villages on the “Wild Atlantic Way”….

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An Post Office Allihies, "The Last Collection"

Allihies An Post Office, "The Last Collection", filmed a while back and put together now that there are only a few months left. Good luck to Eily on her retirement when it happens. The village will be lost without the Post Office, I guess it is a case of being a business before a service….. Ireland will lose the furthest Post Office from Dublin, Allihies will lose a service and a social meeting point. Tourists will see the effects of dying villages on the "Wild Atlantic Way"….

Posted by Beara Peninsula on Friday, 5 October 2018

The last collection An Post Allihies

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Sea Kayak Dooneen

Sea Kayak Dooneen today with Nadette, the photos were taken with an old Casio compact in a dive box and the lens often had salt water on it. Dooneen was the site of the first of the Allihies Copper Mines and it opened in 1812. The tunnels are visible right down to sea level and it must of been a hell of a place to work in anything other than good weather.

The kayaking is easy to Dooneen and safe enough for most paddlers with average ability. When your done you can head into the village for a pint at O’Neills bar and restaurant and enjoy a nice meal.

Sea Kayak Dooneen

Sea Kayak Dooneen

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