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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 ...
We sleep until 8 when we hear the rustling of little feet. We get ready and head out of town, not a hint of the rain from last night remains along the streets of Ennis. We drive along the Wild Atlantic Way, a coastal route that will eventually lead us to the Cliffs of Moher and Doolin, our evening's destination.
The landscape is rugged as we hug the rocky coast. The tide is out and boats sit askew on the muddy tidal basin waiting for the tide to come in. The rocky coast ...
Headed south from Galway today ... Left in miserable rain and cloudy cold weather.. Within half an hour the skies cleared... Lovely sunshine but a freezing cold breeze...travelled through magical countryside... Nothing like home... Or even England.... Large hills just covered with rocks then lots of beautiful green farmlands Went to the famous "cliffs of Moher". Spectacular... You may have seen them on Discovery channel.... Home of the exotic ...
... is an extension of the RIng of Kerry that continues further west along the coast. The scenery was still gorgeous in this section of the Irish coast. The roads here made the roads on Valentia seem really wide. On road if we both stuck our hands out of the windows we could touch the hedges that bordered both sides of the road. On this route, we were driving through a tiny village and saw a sigh for a castle (surprise, surprise). We pulled off into the parking lot that was ...
... one was an elevated ring shape, mounded with earth. It would have been easy to walk by and never notice it, while others we saw later in the day were much more pronounced. These, and many similar "structures," are referred to as fairy forts. Folklore has it that farmers who disrupted these areas fell into very bad luck. That's what you get for disrupting the fairies! Our first stop was at Dunbeg Fort. It is a stone structure, sitting at the edge of the ...