- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... ask? It seems you try to see ahead around the blind curves and if you catch a glimpse of an oncoming vehicle you pull over into a nonexistent piece of the cliff and hope they can squeeze past you. If you are lucky you get behind 3 or 4 other cars and force everybody else off the road. We finally made it to Dingle, where every available space on both sides of the road was filled with a car. We had lunch in Dierdre's Cafe and then did ...
... current valley we have been in for the previous day and over an imposing mountain range named after St Brendon. We climbed in improving conditions and, after 30 minutes, found a comfortable rock that served as our morning tea stop for the day. Commanding views back to where we had entered the valley, as well as the sheltered harbour we had nearly circumnavigated yesterday, were laid out below us. Above us, threatening skies and low clouds obscured our challenge for the day. ...
... and doing a circuit back eventually to Dublin. Our official first leg of the walk was from Tralee to Camp, a distance of 17 kilometres (plus the walk into town and the walk from the centre of Camp to our overnight B&B). In total, we have probably covered more like 20 kilometres today. We started our walk out of Tralee beside a canal that led to the small village of Blennerville where the canal opened up into Tralee Bay. From there we walked inland, climbing higher and higher ...
After a lovely stay at the B&B set off for a long day's driving as I wanted to see the Beara Peninsula as well as get to the Dingle Peninsula. This is all in the area known as the Ring of Kerry. After Skibbereen I came to Bantry and stopped to see Bantry House and gardens. Magnificent formal gardens and Georgian house which is situated with a wonderful view over Bantry Bay. One of the highlights of the trip. Then onto explore the Beara Peninsula crossing the Healy Pass to head ...
... on brambles, I managed to get photos. There were several cars parked outside the modern farmhouse next door but I didn't impose myself on the current generation. What would you say anyway! "Hi, I'm your distant cousin from NZ come to impose on your hospitality". My TC stayed resolutely in the car.
When I mentioned where I was going to the hostel owner she looked at me blankly until I showed her the name ...