Smerwick Harbour Hotel
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... was disappointing.
We travel on to Killarney, where we take a Jaunting Car ride through the Killarney National Park to Ross Castle. The sun was shining and it was most enjoyable wandering around the grounds and lake at the castle, before heading back. In any of these grounds or gardens, it is such a change never to see sprinklers on due to lack of rain. If only we could have some of their water!
Wow! Yet another day of incredible views of Ireland's awesome beauty. After running some errands in town, we set off on a drive to the far west of the Dingle Peninsula on what's known as the Slea Head Drive ("Ceann Sléibhe"). Due to the narrowness of its mountain passes, the road must be driven clockwise. It takes you high up into the hills above Dingle Harbor and Ventry Bay. There are only a few towns west of Dingle as the land becomes more rocky and inhospitable. The area is dotted ...
... level we made our way to Adare, a town just south of Limerick. Across the street, literally, is one of the finest golf courses in all of Ireland and frankly all of Europe -- Adare Manor.
We we miss our family and friends a great deal, but thoroughly enjoying the once in a lifetime trek all over Ireland. A wee bit fun, yah.
Tomorrow is northward through Galway and to the Cliffs of Moher, one of the sights I've been most eager to visit. Love you all.
Jason and ...
... sleeping giant emerged. According to my folklore class, the story goes that there once was a man who was taken by the fairies to the fairy world. The fairy world was meant to be the complete opposite of our world, a parallel universe. Everything looked the same, but everything in reality was very different. Because he had been taken by the fairies, he did not realize how much time was passing as he was enjoying the food and the company of what ...
... After our arrival back, he dropped us right by the "Reel Dingle Fish", greatest fish and chips known to man. We scarffed it down faster than we've ever scarffed food before. Why so fast, do you ask? Because we were about to go ******* sunset sea kayaking. And let me tell you, it was unbelievable. I put our leftover chips on the desk of the business. When asked if it would be weird if I left them here for later, he said "I mean it's weird, but not superweird, ...