An Bothar Pub and Guesthouse
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... the traditional pubs. We have a delicious dinner at Fenton's another seafood inspired menu, with a few chicken dishes for Chris. The restaurant is small and intimate and we sit looking out onto the city street. A few tourists walk by, but mostly we see locals. After all, it's at the end of the tourist season. After dinner we gorge ourselves on Murphy's, likely our last time. The boys insist on two scoops, since this is our last time. We're all heartbroken ...
... and wavy but beautiful and so much fun!! So going into the drive around the peninsula we knew we were giving up the ability to make it Galway that night, we were fine with that as it was so amazing but what we didn't realize that there was a big bike race on in Dingle and all connecting areas were booked solid. It took us until 11 at night to find a place to sleep. We got to a small bed and breakfast, each had a shower and crashed for the night. Stay tuned for more ...
... of the devastation that Ireland felt.
We stop and see a sheep herding demonstration. It's fascinating watching the border collie herd the sheep into a pen, listening to the master whistle and command and the dog barking in reply. We drive further on the coast, it's such a beautiful drive.
This land breeds a harsh, rugged climate. Generations of farmers pulled graves of rocks out of the ground and dragged seaweed and sand up from the coves ...
... the day. With a castle on our very path (and conveniently when we were desperate for some water), we stopped and visited. Dunguaire Castle was small-ish, but classic, and offered a respite from the long drive. The narrow stairways and surrounding waters were fascinating for the kids. Finally, we made it to the Cliffs, which are indeed breathtaking. Majestic, intimidating, and green, the Cliffs lived up to their reputation as one of the major ...
... line to get a car. And we're not even in tourist season yet - they had better get the act together soon!
Leaving Dublin about 1:00 p.m. yesterday in a light drizzle, we drove southwest and as we drove the sun came out a bit. We got to the precious Tidy Town of Kenmare, between the Beara and Iveragh peninsulas, about 4 p.m. and to our lovely QUIET hotel for a long first night rest to re-energize for the days ahead. Had a GREAT dinner in town, down a 4 minute ...
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