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Friendly people, clean and comfortable rooms - everything you want in a B&B
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... a couple more beers, we bought a copy of Niamh's CD and headed back up the hill to our room for the night.
We are loving it here in Ireland. The people are warm and funny. The land is green and beautiful and often awe-inspiring. We are trying to figure out how to stay, or at least come back for another visit with the entire family. Most of our ideas involve ignoring all responsibility, robbing a bank, or other flights of fancy, but we are sure we'll come up with a plan ...
... and saw only one large tourist bus and only a couple of 20 passenger buses. From what we have been told, the scenery is about the same as the Ring of Kerry. Again, I tricked the GPS with some false way points and, again, she took us along roads that were barely cow paths. On one 9 kilometer stretch over a "mountain" pass we did not see one ...
... early awaiting 9pm so we can go back out and listen to some Music in one of the pubs. We picked Sullivans hotel it was recommended by the Fishwife and just around the corner ...a couple of pints were drunk as we sit and listened to a your woman sing beautiful ball ands...at least the first 2 were alright after that the 3rd 4th& 5th became wearing so we finished up. And headed home ..in bed by 11pm.Hoping for some different music in ...
I would like to start off by stating that the title of today's blog is brought to you by Dave, who did all of the driving along the Dingle Peninsula and obviously got us all back in one piece. There were times he had great doubt as we drove along Slea Head Drive, where many times there was barely enough room for one car much less another car coming from the other direction.
Some of my loyal blog followers probably noticed the lack of an ...
... throughout the drive but it was not worth the carsickness. 8:30 am to 5:00 pm in the car does not go over well with me. We did stop a lot but that just seemed to drag out the agony.... If you need to see all of Ireland in one day then the Ring of Kerry is the way to go. You get to see the cliffs, fields of sheep, quaint shopping towns, lakes within the rolling hills and windy roads all in one trip. We had already seen most ...