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... entertainers. On we went, chewing up miles and on to the motorway at one point, to put some distance behind us. Tonight we are in Killarney, yet another very pretty town. Tomorrow we head down to the south coast before ending up in Wicklow just out of Dublin. We fly out late on Wednesday night so will use the day to visit Dublin and then drop the car off. Weather today has been better - or at least not pouring with rain. Goodnight, ...
Started the day with a U.S. Tour through the countryside of the Ring of Kerry. The Ring is a tour route along the coast route on the western side of Ireland. We left Killarney at 8:30 and returned around 3:00. There was lush along the way at Molls Gap, a very good lunch the ordinary working people if Ireland would eat.....a very tasty vegetable soup and sandwiches. Their soups have been puréed ...
A great breakfast to start the day, so nice to have fruit and yoghurt for a change, and a chat to our host, Andrew who recommends we follow the Wild Atlantic Way and visit the Cliffs of Mohr via the coast, then keep heading down and take the ferry across at Kilmare to Tarnet then make our way to Killarney......which was where we were heading. Was great to have some local knowledge. Off we go, I'm driving ...
... down the next bus that was approaching and it was the bus headed to Dunmanway! An hour bus ride later we found ourselves in the city square of Dunmanway. After asking three different people (and after two of them telling us that the walk would be impossible), we found the signs for "Funmanyway, home to Ireland's only Zorbing Experience". Turns out that the walk was not impossible because we did it! (almost got attacked by 4 black dogs, found a holy shrine/well, and passed a few ...
... it if you feel the urge!) Sooo, at late morning we headed out on the Ring of Kerry ; a road that loops around the county thru all the main spots and great views, we drove from Killarney to Kenmare, around cliffs, curves, and rocky coasts! Past many sheep on hills; (painted bright pink or blue for girls and boys) past ruins, old churches, and I said a lot of prayers! Lol. Kenmare ...