Riviera in Ireland – County Cork Coast | NDR.de – Television – Broadcasts AZ

Riviera in Ireland - County Cork Coast |  NDR.de - Television - Broadcasts AZ

What a beach! – Beautiful, colorful port cities, beautiful rock islands, beautiful temperate climate thanks to the Gulf Stream. That’s why County Cork residents call their homeland “Riviera”. The “Irish Riviera” is not only beautiful, but also very charismatic:

The herd has lived and worked on Cape Clear, a rugged rocky island, for more than 40 years on top of the Ed Harper cliffs. This is not uncommon in Ireland, but Ed has been blind since birth! Now, in his old age, friends and neighbors are helping him. But the goat can only be rode through Ed personally – perhaps because he sings folk and union songs.

The small village of Skibberin is experiencing a sporting marvel after all. Paul Odonovan and Fintan McCarthy won a gold medal and Emily Hegarty a bronze medal in Tokyo for the local rowing club. “Olympic Village” Skibberine is completely above the moon, with tinsel, flags and posters in every corner. Even the green mailboxes are now whitewashed with gold.

Swimming in County Cork is a popular sport, and people everywhere are jumping into the Atlantic Ocean: by day Siobhan Cronin is the editor-in-chief of the weekly newspaper “The Southern Star,” but after the editorial deadline she is drawn to the sea every day. The spinal injury that brought her to the sport has long since healed, and now it’s a matter of clearing her head: “Forget the three swimming strokes in the Atlantic and the hectic pace of work.”

According to legend, the prince of Blarney Castle once heard a cry and rescued a girl, the daughter of a witch, from drowning. The fort owner had a desire and wanted to get rid of his stumbling block. To do this, he must kiss the tall Blarney stone on the castle wall. Today, it is mainly Americans with Irish roots who make the pilgrimage to Blarney-Castle to kiss the wall and turn their heads upside down. Colom Murphy works as a kissing companion at the castle. Of all the people, Kolam does not like to say too many words, but he can do it harshly.

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Gerald Butler has already worked as a lighthouse keeper on several posts, including the famous fastnet rock known as “Tears of Ireland” – the last part of Ireland that immigrants from the United States can see at the crossing. Today Gerald is in charge of the galley head lighthouse, which requires little maintenance. Gerald still has no free time, as Father McCarthy knows what lighthouse keepers can do. So Gerald is waiting for Parsonage and the church. Everything is in good condition, and even the “lighthouse of God” is now shining with a new lighting concept.

If you do not have a boat, an adventurous cable car is the only way to get to Darcy Island. The rusty cabin of the 1960s can accommodate a maximum of six adults. The tour takes 15 minutes back and forth, and there are ups and downs. Substantial waiting time is inevitable. So, the islanders have a right of way, mostly packed – with beer boxes or construction materials.

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Idli, colorful port cities, beautiful rocky islands, beautiful temperate climate thanks to the Gulf Stream. What a beach! That’s why County Cork residents call their home “Riviera”. The “Irish Riviera” is not only beautiful, but also very charismatic:

The herd has lived and worked on Cape Clear, a rugged rocky island, for more than 40 years on top of the Ed Harper cliffs. This is not uncommon in Ireland, but Ed has been blind since birth! Now in his old age, friends and neighbors are helping him. Probably because he sings folk and union songs, Ed can milk a goat.

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The small village of Skibberin is experiencing a sporting marvel after all. Paul Odonovan and Fintan McCarthy won a gold medal and Emily Hegarty a bronze medal in Tokyo for the local rowing club. “Olympic Village” Skibberine is completely above the moon, with tinsel, flags and posters in every corner. Even the green mailboxes are now whitewashed with gold.

Swimming in County Cork is a popular sport, and people everywhere are jumping into the Atlantic Ocean: by day Siobhan Cronin is the editor-in-chief of the weekly newspaper “The Southern Star,” but after the editorial deadline she is drawn to the sea every day. The spine that once brought her to the sport has long since healed, and now her head needs to be cleared: “Forget the three swimming strokes and the hectic pace of work in the Atlantic.”

According to legend, the prince of Blarney Castle once heard a cry and rescued a girl, the daughter of a witch, from drowning. The fort owner had a desire and wanted to get rid of his stumbling block. To do this, he must kiss the tall Blarney stone on the castle wall. Today, it is mainly Americans with Irish roots who make the pilgrimage to Fort Blarney to kiss the wall and speak at dizzying heights. Colom Murphy works as a kissing companion at the castle. Of all the people, Kolam does not like to say too many words, but he can do it harshly.

Gerald Butler has worked as a lighthouse keeper on several posts, including the famous fastnet rock known as “Tear of Ireland”. The last part of Ireland that immigrants from the United States can see at the crossing. Today Gerald is in charge of the galley head lighthouse, which requires little maintenance. Gerald still has no free time, as Father McCarthy knows what lighthouse keepers can do. So Gerald is waiting for Parsonage and the church. Everything is in good condition, and even the “lighthouse of God” is now shining with a new lighting concept.

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If you do not have a boat, an adventurous cable car is the only way to get to Darcy Island. The rusty cabin of the 1960s can accommodate a maximum of six adults. The tour takes 15 minutes back and forth, and there are ups and downs. Substantial waiting time is inevitable. So, the islanders have the right path, mostly because they are filled with beer crates or construction materials.

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