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... sand in the car. Who cares! It’s a rental.
- Actually leaving the house by 12:15 pm…a first!
- Road trip to the Dingle Peninsula and Inch Strand. Awesome beach, a great day of shell collecting, and some pretty fabulous weather. Again, so sorry to buck the stereotype ...
... scenery. Here you have shear cliffs and rock formations being battered by the sea. It is a ballet that Mother Nature puts on that mesmerizes you. The waves crashing the sea birds calling and swooping down on the air currents... this is somewhere that you could spend the entire day. The weather is warm, about 27 C, so the water doesn't feel that cold.
On we trek to the Blasket Islands Center for some more Irish history. The Blasket Islands are just off ...
... National Park.
As we drive Chris abruptly cries out, "Ouch!" Something just hit my hand." Elizabeth doesn't see anything and then she looks down under his feet and there's a bumblebee stunned and barely moving on its back. We find a spot to pull over and Chris gets it out of the car, with the boys only thinking it was a bug. That is the second bumblebee that has flown into the car today!
Connor Pass is incredible! From the peak you have 360 degree views of ...
... br> We start the day off super chill, lazying around the hostel, sleeping in. We've got a Slea Head tour at 2 (although our hostel host strongly advised biking, as her husband owns a bike rental business), so we've got a nice amount of time to down some mouth-watering food cart burgers and chips. So American of us. We slowly nibble our food down by the harbour, enjoying the birds flying overhead. From there, we meet our tour guide for the day, picked up right at ...
I would like to start off by stating that the title of today's blog is brought to you by Dave, who did all of the driving along the Dingle Peninsula and obviously got us all back in one piece. There were times he had great doubt as we drove along Slea Head Drive, where many times there was barely enough room for one car much less another car coming from the other direction.
Some of my loyal blog followers probably noticed the lack of an ...