Fern Rock Bed & Breakfast
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... see no reason why it was stopped, so I went around it and drove through the tunnel, brushing off what I thought was a strange look from the driver of the stopped car …. I mean it was an N plater (P plate equivalent), who cares?? It was only when we got to the other side that we saw, you guessed it, another traffic jam!! Brussel sprout!! We are still not sure how the N plater knew about the traffic jam from the other side of the tunnel as you couldn’t see ...
... what were we doing just sitting around a table in a restaurant talking?? What’s the point in it all?? Parents!!
Anyway, as we were driving through Cahersiveen Town we noticed cars parked everywhere and a heap of people on the footpath looking down over a stone wall so we thought we would join them to see what all the fuss was about. Lyndon got a great park right across form all the action (ok, so sometimes Lyndon is an ok driver) so out we get to join in with ...
... over here but I am not sure they could get away with it back at school.
After all of this delay we didn’t want to cook dinner of course, so off to the local pub for dinner where Lyndon broke the golden rule and ordered a curry. Needless to say it was rubbish but it serves himself right – never order a curry from a pub! The only saving grace was that he and Spencer got to watch this big, important football match which had caused us so much grief today!
... the marina there are more and more people in town. We decide to head out to drive the Slea Head drive (loop) on the peninsula before there are even more people on the road.
The Slea Head Drive is a loop that follows the coast of Dingle Peninsula. In many places there are 2 real lanes on this 2-way road but in many places the road turns into what is a glorified bike path. We are fortunate that there really aren't loads of vehicles coming and going on the ...
... were organised. Others had to take the traditional Irish or the Italian restaurants. We went to Gaby's and it was excellent. Starters were Mussels in sauce for Garry & Terry and Ruth and I had prawns in oriental sauce. The sauce was soy and the prawns were a type of small bug tail in tempura batter. All very delicious. Mains were Sirloin in wine Jus and salad for Garry (he had to try it out as the tour manager kept telling us that ...