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... aspect being a whole lot different.
Again, it's hard to ensure video posts upload on here with Euro wifi, so I'll have to share via email or in person when we return. And did I mention Jen did a spectacular job driving amongst many locals and many massive tour buses through these winding cliff side hills.
We were pretty relieved to have returned to relatively flat land and the town of dingle again for lunch. Dingle is a distinct fishing harbor town. We ...
... grassy meadows. Sheep wander the roadside. The rocks are sheer and jagged and a dark grey color, almost black and pockmarked with moss and fungi.
We arrive in Kenmare just in time for dinner; eating at a pub that's already playing live music: a fiddler and an accordion player. Too soon we leave the music and head for a home, only an hour's drive through more beautiful and iddlyic countryside. Although it doesn't feel like we've had a busy day, we've seen a large chunk of Western ...
... for it." A wonderful guide, kayaked with a great D.C. family, Fungi the dolphin, sea cave excursions, double rainbows in the sky...too corny to be true. But it was a blast. Lynn screaming in the cave, us squabbling over the tough maneuvering of a double kayak, beautiful weather. An unreal experience.
We grabbed a quick hot shower back at the hostel after a cold walk back. Naturally, we went to get a celabratory Bailey's hot chocolate. We chatted with a ...
... amazing Dingle Peninsula. The clouds and the rain actually added to the beauty of the rugged cliff faces and crashing ocean. We had many, many photo stops as it felt every 10 metres there was a larger cliff, or a more stunning ocean view.
As with so many of our drives over the past week, photos do not do it justice.
As we drove around listening to Mumford and Sons, we were in awe at what ...
Bus departs Benner's Hotel at 8:30 AM.
Dorothy decided to take a day of rest today and stayed in the hotel room.
Some facts about our bus:
8.5 ft wide
3120 Ft high
We arrived at the top of the mountain to find it socked in with fog. But since we came here from so far away, none of us were discouraged from taking pictures.
A book about the ...
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