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... We decided that on a day with rain and wind, the only thing left to do was the Skellig Experience. N really wanted to go to Skellig Michael, but none of the boats would be running in the weather, and besides it would be far too dangerous on the island itself. J and I were never going to attempt it... look it up, you'll see why.
Next we went to Skellig Chocolates... yummy hot chocolates, perfect!
We stopped at Ballinskelligs ...
We left the hotel at 8:45 am and headed for a day tour of the Ring of Kerry Again a lot of ground to cover in a short amount of time, so we had our cameras ready for those blink and you'll miss it moments.. Some great photo opportunities missed, but that's simply one of the reasons I would still recommend doing longer tours.. For the length of the tour, we're fitting a lot in.. Our tour guide offers great ...
... for hundreds of years makes for
some of the best scenery you can get while driving. However,
what is terrifying is the fact that everyone drives on the wrong side
of the road. You have to think twice when coming up to an
intersection and remember that everything works backwards from the
way it's supposed to. This is made even worse when driving down
some of those pristine country roads, most of which are barely wide
enough at times for 2 cars to pass. ...
... from 4-6 hours.. We ended up being back at 7pm.. it was SIMPLY HEAVEN. The drive just kept getting better and better, stopped tons for pics and the OCEAN... oh my the IRISH OCEAN (atlantic) is SO beautiful! Saw beehive huts and stone houses that have been on the cliffs for..some over 2000 years and most about medieval times. Stopped and talked with a cool dude who was selling jewelry on the side of the ...
... drive right on past you and driver after driver apologetically waves and shrugs. But, with no other option at hand, we patiently thumbed it and in a short while, were picked up by a very friendly Dutch driver.
Our stay at the Garranes hostel and glimpse into the Dzogchen Beara was a really neat experience and a much welcomed break from the busy day to day tasks.
Not having had to resort to showing any leg for a lift yet,
Robyn and ...