Marine Links Hotel
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... They are identified by that pattern, all over Ireland.) "Patchwork, rugged razorback hills," that was a combo of our poetic talents! Sneem village is very touristy, locals talking to each other and tourists - like us, tho there were 2 buses which pulled up while we were there, all eating ice creams. Lots of ice cream shops, pubs of course, and tourist shops. Walked the streets of Kenmare for kev to take a break from driving, I ...
... ears when we finally got past the hold up; it probably cost us an extra hour of drive time. So anyway, it was mid-afternoon by the time we got to Jameson. The tour there is always nice; Dennis told Chase to volunteer to be a whiskey taster and he was picked, so at the end of the tour he joined the group at the table to try Jameson, a Scotch whiskey, and American whiskey. He was quite dramatic with his thoughtful looks and beard stroking as he tasted and considered the ...
... the easiest way to get where we were going. So off we went back the way we had come. Finally got to Kinsale and stopped for lunch at a pub. I had seafood chowder, Helen had a cheese and meat platter and Laura had pasta. It was back on the road again and again the lack of signage saw us on the wrong road but we found the most beautiful headland with rugged cliffs and an old fort that had been taken over by a golf club. We took heaps of photos then just followed the ...
... on brambles, I managed to get photos. There were several cars parked outside the modern farmhouse next door but I didn't impose myself on the current generation. What would you say anyway! "Hi, I'm your distant cousin from NZ come to impose on your hospitality". My TC stayed resolutely in the car.
When I mentioned where I was going to the hostel owner she looked at me blankly until I showed her the name ...
... time numbered only about 20. The Centre is a wonderful exhibit, via video, sound, photos and poetry about the people who once lived on the Great Blasket Island - quite a hardy lot. Motoring on down the coast, we found a place to park for our hike, conveniently right by a coffee, scone and cream stop before we took off hiking the Dingle Way for the afternoon.
Making a short stop on our way home by "our" local pub here in ...