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Today we drove from Killarney along what is known as the Ring of Kerry a road which runs through the country out to the rugged south western coast of Ireland and back to Killarney via its spectacular lakes. This is a narrow 2 lane road. A very pretty drive. Some rugged and mountainous country and the Atlantic coast quite impressive. Returned mid afternoon to Killarney Dinner at Tralee followed by the young Irish dance ...
... by windmills to Karine's happiness. Dingle is a cute bay-side village but since we are hungry we search for our 4-star ocean view hotel. We think we got lost because of our non reliable satellite service, but what a pride when some pub owner tells us we are a quarter mile away from our hotel. Adn what a magnificent view! The cliffs seem to bend in the air, the sea is calm, the room is perfect. Well, almost perfect. We still have the same things we miss: air ...
... kits (and I have a coupon)-the painting is the challenge. We were off to our castle afterwards-yes, our castle. Mom and dad had found a castle hotel for the evening outside of Tralee. After a thorough exploration of the interior and grounds, we found that besides the stone eating dog, the castle wasn't exactly a kid playground but we found ways to enjoy it and the castle pub!
We said good bye to our castle and the dog and headed ...
... nightly). After climbing around the Castle, I've decided that ancient Irish people were 1) quite small, 2) very nimble, and 3) preferred spiral staircases of a most un-American dimension.
Our final stop of the day is the Malton Hotel in Killarney. We tour the Ring of Kerry tomorrow. Stay tuned for the next blog!
Saol fada agus breac-shláinte chugat. (Long life and fair health to you!)
Tom and Dana
... when we passed Mizen Head where so much has happened over the years.
Charley Haughey grounded under the bridge one time and the biggest haul of drugs ever in Ireland were discovered between there and Three Castles Head. a few years ago.
Sailing on clear nights is fantastic,we picked up the light from Bull Rock easily enough as we were passing Sheep's Head.
Of course Bear Island was next whwere I have stopped on many an occasion,the last time on Bounty.
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