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From Ennis it is a short drive to the Dingle Pennisula and views of the Atlantic. Due to the marathon on Sa***************ed out on Sunday taking counter clockwise route along R560 and through the Connor Pass.
At one of the highest points is a small waterfall with a lovely view over the valley. The day was a bit overcast with bits of sun …
Leaving Ennis we headed south back through Limerick and along the Coast Road on the south shore of the River Shannon. Another way to travel would have been to take a ferry across the River at Tarbert. But I had wanted to see Adare and their famous thatched houses. It was a overcast so the scenery wasn't that spectacular.
Adare was a big …
Day Eight we were met at breakfast by our friend
who led us to Dingle Peninsula where we visited Inch Strand, a ruined
monastery, Mulcahy Pottery (more shopping!), the Blasket Experience (G
was quite taken with the quilting exhibition) where sadly the ferry
wasn't running due to weather. Over Connor Pass through the fog where we
stopped to get water from a ...
... to get to Dingle earlier so there will be no 5 line poems but feel free to add one in comments but they must conform to the Limerick form of rhyme & rhythm. The Bard with me will award prizes. Leaving the Cliffs of Moher we travelled South down the spectacular coast and even got a shot of the contrasting Cliffs of Less which don't feature in any of the tourist brochures but the world premier unveiling of them is in this blog. Driving further down the coast, I ...
... the library to use the internet. The sun was shining when they emerged but it didn’t stay that way for long. We headed off around the Beara Peninsula. Very soon we passed a bamboo and palm garden. The climate is quite mild in this region because of the warm gulf stream so that these plants can be cultivated, however, it didn’t feel especially mild to my humans out it that bitter wind, they wrapped up well.
We tried to visit a standing stone ...