Coill An Rois (Forest of the Roses)
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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 ...
Today I hired a bike.
And I rode.
I rode 33kms (yes, I know...'what have you done with lisa?') around Slea Head...one of the suggestions given to me by JJ yesterday.
It was actually really good!!!
I didn't think I had it me to ride that far without collapsing, but it was really good!!
I saw the real Ireland, the rugged landscape...the tiny little huts that were used in the famine.
... kids in pubs passed 9pm and it's close to 11pm when we leave and walk back to our hotel. What an amazing night! We wish Chris could've been with us to hear the music! We're so grateful that his working has not only allowed the boys and Elizabeth but friends and family as well, this incredible opportunity to experience so much of Ireland!
We get back to the hotel, it's almost midnight. The boys did great!! Julian fell asleep at the pub but still manages to ...
... ending it seemed, we found ourselves arriving back by the boats in Dingle. It was another very picturesque and memorable day of exploring the area. Seeing this very different part of Ireland and the County Kerry was definitely a good recommendation from Owen and John. Mike fired up Peter's charcoal BBQ for a tasty pork chop dinner and relaxing night after Adam begged us to stop for a haircut in Kilorglin..... Guess he felt the need to immerse himself in all things ...
Today Michelle and I rented bikes and did the Sleahead Route, which is about 50km. Our first stop was Dunbeg Fort. You had to pay to go down there, so we just took pictures from up top. The views were beautiful! This ride doesn't have as many hills as the one in Doolin, which makes it nice. Next up is the beehive huts. The majority of the huts were enclosed farmsteads of the free farmers of the Early Christian Period ...