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... to the top, only to find the boom gates down because the visibility is so low. Never mind, GPS takes us back down a series of one lane roads through farms until we join the Wild Atlantic Way again. It's lunchtime now and we still have about four hours of driving to go today, so we eat the container of strawberries we bought yesterday off a road stall, yum so sweet and juicy. A couple of hours further on and now a bright sunny day we encountered another roadside stall, so ...
... settled on The Dingle Pub. It was a quiet local place. They didn't have Smithwicks Pale Ale or any pale ale for that matter. They didn't have the appetizer we wanted. What they did have was adequate though. After dinner Tom wanted to head into the center of town for some Murphy's ice cream. Murphy's has been written up in several publications as one of the finest ice cream parlors in the world. Sad to say, it closed 25 minutes before we got there. Bummer!
On the walk back ...
... of Kilmalkedar. This Irish Romanesque church was built by the English in the 12th century. The ogham stone in the foreground dates from 900 years before the church was built. The grooves on the side of the stone are ogham script. The hole was drilled centuries ago to legitimize business dealings. The idea was that you would stand on your ancestors’ graves in front of the ...
... or two drive goes around the Dingle peninsula. The views were the best we saw in Ireland, just beautiful. Sometimes you can't see over the walls and grass barriers. It might be better in a tall bus, but might make you sick on the tiny curvy roads! Anyway, lots of wonderful pictures and scenery of this beautiful country! Headed back to town ...
... tiny, tiny moment in time, when the world was just ours, will forever ours, together. Maybe one day, we'll find ourselves there again.
The day winded down wonderfully. We got stopped by some cows blocking one of our exits on the trail, only to have a French couple make way for us. We had a silent, meditative walk along the wall near the harbour. We scarffed our faces with some overpriced pizza, hidden away in a back alley to hide our American pig faces, and had ...
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