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... from the Irish Potato Famine. We fed some horses, goats and sheep. We pull off a few times to these gorgeous beaches and giant cliffs. After the short drive we arrive back in Dingle. We stop at Dingle Pub for lunch. The pub was great, our waitress not so much. But the food was good and so was the beer. There's a brewery down the street we might just have to check out. We walks through the town after lunch. We pop into all of the little shops and stores looking for souvenirs ...
... which is called St James's after the Spanish patron. Today Dingle is a thriving tourist area and fishing port whose beauty has attracted musicians, artists and craft persons from many countries.
After lunch we set off to drive the Dingle Peninsula, or Corca Dhuibhne (rated as the #1 ring road in Ireland), which stretches 48 km along the Atlantic Ocean from Ireland's south-west coast and forms part of the 2,500 km Wild Atlantic Way which is a tourism trail on ...
Kenmare is on the Ring of Kerry so we were able to get on the road early enough for what would turn out to be a long day. The scenery on the Ring of Kerry is spectacular, so the photo opportunities are many and varied. Having said that, the roads are very narrow and there were times when we had to pull over to allow other ...
... get a little warmer but Burnett Heads this isn’t.
Along the coast from Waterford to Dungarvan it is known as the Copper Coast. There was once quite a number of copper mines along here and there is one old one that we visited. There used to be a narrow gauge railway line along the cliff tops that took the ore in small wooden trolleys to the port.
The town of Youghal (promounced Yawl) is another that was founded by the Vikings perhaps ...
... a soda, and I had the stir fry and water. Total bill was about 18 euro. The stir fry was good- it was a tad salty, but the noodles were quite well cooked (not over cooked), with good vegetables and beef. The soup was also quite good. We left Adare to go to head towards Dingle. The weather seemed to change every second between pretty sun and rain- as someone in Dublin mentioned, it seems that Ireland experiences three seasons a day! The drive was un eventful for the most part- ...