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We spent today touring the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula! It was a great day, but also another long day as well. We started with a nice breakfast at our B&B in Kenmare (Virginia's Guesthouse). Our hosts, Noreen and Neal were great. The make everything easy for their guests! Neal actually advised us to see the Dingle Peninsula today, as storms were supposed to roll in tonight. As I write this, the rain is starting, after a gloriously nice day all day. We can't ...
... to go along with the crosses and why they are important to the Irish culture.
After lunch, most of the students were off horseback riding so John, Enda, and I decided to climb Sliabh an Iolair or Mount Eagle, one
of the great coastal hillwalks on Ireland’s Atlantic seaboard. It’s vast panoramas of
the Atlantic bays of the region, local headlands, mountains and islands
make this ...
... and artifacts some dating back to the Bronze Age. With over 2,000 archeological rains, the Dingle Peninsula is steeped in history. The most numerous of the remains are religious sites from the Early Christian period (AD 400-1200).
Highlights were the many beehive huts sprinkled throughout the countryside. We stopped at the Gallarus Oratory (@900-1000 AD), an exceptional example of a dry-stone ...
... The South Pole Inn for a bowl of Dingle Bay seafood chowder. Tom Crean established the Inn when he returned to Anascaul after being part of expeditions to Antarctica. After dinner we went back to Hanafin's for more chatting and merriment then it was time for some shuteye.
Anascaul to Dingle
13 miles and more uphill, gorgeous views of ruins and castles and more cows and sheep. I've noticed that I've stopped taking pictures of cows ...
Stayed at a quaint little campervan site upon arrival into Ireland in good weather and right on the footstep of a pretty little stretch of isolated beach.
The next day we drove an hour North-West to Kilkenny to view its Castle. Apparently it stands upon an old ruined castle dated to the dark ages. Once owned by the Butler family, the current castle stands intact, having been painstakingly returned ...