Kenmare Failte Hostel
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... exactly where we were at the time, but just know that it was somewhere along the ring.
We stopped off at a really pretty waterfall, which felt like you were in a forest. There was moss of the trees and a soft rainfall, which kind of made it feel really special. We kept saying that we were looking for leprechauns. We didn't see any though. :-( Mal took some really fantastic photos at the waterfall that look ...
... we made our first stop for gas ("petrol") in a little service station across from a church where a wedding was being held. Dearbhorgaill/Shanna requires diesel fuel. There was no place at the pump to insert a credit card and we had no idea what we were doing. Tom went into the station and said to the attendant, "Excuse me, but I am an American, and I have no idea how to operate the gas pump." The man could not have been nicer. He came out from around the counter ...
... in an anticlockwise direction, through the towns of Glenbeigh and Cahersiveen with some scenic coastal views, but it was difficult to get photos as we were on the wrong side of the bus. We had a stop for tea and scones near Cahersiveen before continuing on through the beachside town of Waterville. We finally stopped for photos at high point looking back to Waterville as well as further in the direction we were travelling. ...
... and Jen had a burger and we washed our food down with some Irish cider ale.
Tomorrow is another long day of driving and seeing sights on the Ring of Kerry. It should be pretty spectacular, and then we'll head back to Limerick for the conference. So far, Ireland is what I have pictured. Very green, very friendly, very hilly. I look forward to what's to come!
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... at the hostel grabbed a bite to eat while Jose & I waited on the rest of the bus to come together. At about quarter to 9 we went for a walk to our bus. It was a smaller 36 seater and there was 32 on our tour. We lucked out and between the 4 boys we had the whole back seat and 2 free seat as well. We spread out amongst all the seats. On the bus our Irish tour guide introduced himself as Dave. He was great fun and started off running through ...