Tralee Central Hotel
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... is originally from Birmingham, England, but has lived in Spain and now in Germany, and works much of the time in management for World Strides. He has made some great suggestions to make small changes to our itinerary to make things work smoothly!. One of those suggestions is a stop for tomorrow, but I won't tell you until then! After a 15 minute drive we stopped for a few hours at ...
... And to finish it off, they bought me my first ever Guinness!
Such a sweet couple!!!
I was in town then, just wandering a bit, and went into the supermarket.
I saw they guy who ran the hostel, and he offered to give me a lift back.
In his smokin hot car.
No, literally...there was smoke coming out of the door.
Then I spent my night painting and playing music again!
Apparently I have a nice voice!
... where the book said, and easily recognizable from the drawing. I was really happy to find it and grabbed some happy pictures. I also spent a moment looking around the site. While the purpose of the Ogham stones is up for debate, and some may be only boundary markers or grave markers, some seem to be placed on pre-existing sacred sites, so it's worth a look around. The valley that this was in is lovely and from where I stood I had a ...
... mountain pass to conquer, a bit daunting for someone who's not much of a cyclist. The route started where I'd left the car, near the Cathedral, heading along the main N71 before turning off. Very soon came a 'Gap 10km' sign, which was encouraging, though it then seemed a long way to the 9km sign. A jaunting cab (pony and trap, not rhyming slang) hire spot announced where the road became narrower, and walkers spreading out to cover the whole road showed that ...
Cloghane and Dingle:
With a few extra days in Ireland, the Dingle peninsula was calling my name! The streak of good weather ended, but who cares. It's been raining non stop since I've been here and the locals say it's been this way for weeks! So much so that it's a problem for farming - the area's economic powerhouse. I'm staying in a tiny village by the name of Cloghane in a marvelous hostel! Everything except the shared rooms and the ...