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It's water park day. 90 minutes north west is the town of Tralee, which boasts an indoor water park that the boys have been eagerly anticipating. The boys are so excited. They've been wanting to do this since we arrived. They have their swimsuits on before Elizabeth even has her coffee. Turns out to be a good day indoors. Rain pelts the car on the way to Tralee without a break. The sky is murky and the wind blows the rain across the highway. Aquadome ...
... most of the day, some drizzle and we even got hailed on! Monday (10th) we decided to go hiking for the next 4 days along the well promoted North Kerry way. We set off after breakfast in the glorious sunshine Ireland was putting on for us, after you came out of town we walked along a canal for quite a while then along the coastline, the wind was picking up taking away the warmth from the sun. We came into a town and followed ...
... but thankfully found the hotel we had booked. We got up early to walk ‘The Shambles’ reportedly the most visited street in Europe. Its name is derived from the fact the old buildings are crooked, leaning towards each other til the roofs are almost touching. We were so keen we were actually there before anything opened. We checked the street markets and other shops. The town was celebrating a Viking Festival that we got to see some of. We had ...
... m going home.” Ashley said.
“Yeah maybe we should turn back.” I agreed.
“Well, maybe let’s stop in a pub and gave a glass of Guinness to warm up.” Anna suggested.
As we turned back, I held my umbrella out in front of me like a shield. The rain seemed to be coming down sideways.
“Here.” Anna said. “This one.” ...
... the 179km around the Ring of Kerry. On a very narrow, marginally safe, poorly marked road (coincidently with a speed limit of 100km/hr - pretty sure the Irish have a death wish!). It did offer some amazing sights: the atlantic ocean, hills ( mountains?), grazing sheep, 2500 year old forts in ruins (less exciting than it sounds!). We ended up on an island called Valencia where we drove to the highest peak ...
Other places to stay in Tralee
Dan Spring Road, Tralee | 4 star hotelfrom $110
Princes Street, Tralee | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Killarney Road, Tralee | 4 star hotelfrom $121
Leebrook, Tralee | 4 star hotelfrom $142
Oakpark, Tralee | Hotelfrom $148
Maine St., Tralee | 3 star hotelfrom $78
N21, Tralee | 3 star hotelfrom $81
Denny Street, Tralee | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Ballyroe, Tralee | 3 star hotelfrom $117
27 Denny Street, Tralee | Hotelfrom $94
High Street, Tralee | Hotelfrom $38