After a few hours in the rented car, singing songs and letting the air pass through the opens windows to demolish our haircuts, the flat landscapes changed to mountainous ones. We arrived to Killarney. Driving through the small and quiet town, we stepped in the Killarney National Park. Leaving the car behind, we wore just some good running shoes and a packsack each. Our guide decided we would climb the McGillycuddy’s Reeks, the highest mountain range in Ireland. After reaching the top of the mountains, the view left us speechless, the clouds were underneath us and as far as you could look, nothing was recognizable. The expedition lasted a couple of hours and when we got back to the car, the sun wanted to hide and the moon was eager to be omnipresent. The Killarney Flesk Caravan & Camping Park was a 5 minutes ride from our previous location and there, we were welcomed with a calm environment settled beside a musical stream. We ate and, with a satisfied belly, we sat on the grass and looked at the magnificent sky sparkling of shiny little stars.