Killarney Oaks Hotel
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... miles per day. Today we drove 185. I was/am tired.
Our record is holding pretty well. However it was almost stained today as we hit patches of mist and fog early but it cleared off by 11:00AM then in late afternoon we hit a patch of drizzle. So, we are 12/4/4. Twelve days of good weather, 4 days of driving in Ireland and 4 days without an accident. Tomorrow could be different as we mix and mingle with the tour buses for the first time.
Today we head off not entirely sure of how far we are going to get. In an ideal world, we will make it down as far as possibly Cork tonight.
First MUST DO for the day, however, is to get to Cliffs of Moher. Barb visited these cliffs over 20 years ago when she did her walking/ hitching tour around Ireland - this part of the world, however, has stuck firmly in her mind so she is hoping that, unlike some other memories of ...
Had another awesome day today except for one problem. This summer I took a ton of pictures and then couldn't get them to show back up on the camera. We thought I had accidentally hit "delete all" even though I was pretty sure I hadn't. Turns out I hadn't...the same thing happened to us today AFTER we returned from our trip around the Dingle Peninsula. Hopefully we'll be able to get them back like we did last summer...Rob bought a card ...
Along with the standard, but breathtaking, beauty of the Irish countryside, we saw the Fogar Cliffs on Valencia Island, a beach onto the Atlantic Ocean, our first Ogham Stone and first ring of Standing Stones, and the other side of Killarney including Moll's Gap. A lover of Colorado landscape who is moved by Ireland's beauty could find no sweeter views than those afforded by the Ring of Kerry.
We were so glad that we extended our stay in the Kerry area.
... the words just like me. If you are old enough to remember it, it goes like this, “A horse is a horse, of course, of course, and no one can talk to a horse of course. That is, of course, unless the name of the horse is the famous Mr. Ed. Go right to the source and ask the horse, he’ll give you the answer that you’ll endorse. He’s always on a steady course, talk to Mr. Ed. People yackkity yack a streak, and waste your time of day. ...