Victoria House Hotel
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... and traditional Irish music pouring out of pubs. We went on a hunt for a wool sweater for Jenny (Ireland's biggest and most classy export) without much success. It was Jenny's turn to be the paper bag princess with a shall we say eclectic outfit - tights, a blue dress and a purple raincoat. I was determined to be a supportive friend until she saw her reflection in a store's window. We popped into an irish pub playing live music to have dinner (crazy hair, eclectic ...
... today was a daytrip, on a route called the Ring of Kerry. The road goes round the edges of Iveragh, one of the peninsulas of Ireland's south-west corner. Only about half an hour out we had our first stop, at the Gap of Dunloe, a pass that makes for a nice view, and has been a destination for jaunts and outings from Killarney for a couple of centuries. There is a shop, a cafe and a view, but we availed ourselves only of the last one.
We drove through some ...
Today was another day filled with travel as we left Galway for Killarney. Our original destination was to be Limerick, but under the advice of Kevin, our guide at the Hall of the Red Earl, we opted for Killarney instead. The bus required we stop over in Limerick however, and truth be told there wasn't much to see. Kevin had warned us of gangs in the city, and the small pass we gave it didn't reveal ...
... other side to the south coast. Rejoined the main Ring of Kerry and followed is to Sneem. Part of this road is like going over the Rimutakas (for those in NZ) plenty of cyclists on the road as there was some cycling event, so quite slow in parts. Left the ring again and headed inland through a valley and up to the ridge where there is a great view along the Macgillycuddy's Reeks (just love the name!). These are a long line of mountainous peaks, some quite high. ...
... up the path to the top of a smaller hill, with an amazing view over the ocean, islands and surrounding area. I went in bare feet, cos I couldn't be bothered putting my shoes back on, and it was amazing how the ground felt! Because it was on a hill, it wasn't bog-lands there, but the grass and soil were really spongy, it felt good between my toes! We climbed up the rocks, and got some photos from the top, which will probably look like nothing (it's so ...