Davitts Kenmare Guesthouse
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... from Kenmare to Portmagee for a trip to Skellig Michael the drive is 1 hour 45 minutes. For most boat tours you will need to board at 9:30 for a 10:00 departure so plan to leave by 8:00 to allow yourself plenty of time. With the winding road it can take longer than expected.
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... and two rivers, we arrived at Ross Castle on Lough Leane. The bus met us there and took us back to Killarney. At that point the winds picked up and the skies opened up.
For the third time in 24 hours, we drove along the narrow mountain road between Killarney and Kenmare. By the time we got back to our hotel, the storm was in full force. We were really very lucky that we managed a 7-mile jarvey ride and a 14-mile boat ride without being rained on. ...
... from our trip. While in Killarney we stopped in at a real estate office and had lunch at Stonechat. We still had some smoked salmon and cheese to finish up so we had a clean out the fridge type of dinner, and it was quite delicious. And, since it was our last night in Ireland for a couple of weeks we went up to Kate's for a whiskey. It is so funny to walk in there and be greeted by name by some of the locals. Lord only knows how well we will know these folks by the end of the ...
... being a passenger, was quite happy with the scenic route as the freeway looks like any other.
Our GPS refers to roundabouts as "rotaries" and give way signs show "Yield".
On arrival at our hotel in Kenmare, Tim had a nap whilst the rest of us went to our hotels' in-house bar for a few beers and access to wifi (and here I am typing!). We ate dinner here in the hotel ...
... is an extension of the RIng of Kerry that continues further west along the coast. The scenery was still gorgeous in this section of the Irish coast. The roads here made the roads on Valentia seem really wide. On road if we both stuck our hands out of the windows we could touch the hedges that bordered both sides of the road. On this route, we were driving through a tiny village and saw a sigh for a castle (surprise, surprise). We pulled off into the parking lot that was ...