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Kingdom trek ends on a high

Nick’s Seafood Restaurant & Piano Bar - Lower Bridge Street Killorglin, Co Kerry Tel: 066–9761219

10th June, 2006

How do you keep your weight down and eat out all the time?

It’s simple, overload on exercise then you can over-load in a restaurant. That was my logic this June bank holiday weekend.

On Sunday I hiked Ireland’s highest mountain, Carrauntoohil, as well as Beenkeragh and Caher, the two other 1,000-metre peaks in Kerry’s Macgillycuddy’s Reeks. That amount of effort easily cancels out a three-course meal, but I suspect it makes me...

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