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... Slea Head. We continue our road trip on our way to the Ring of Kerry where the view is as splendid. We make a quick detour to visit the Skelligs, to finally learn from the customer service agent (with a smile that might crack her face) that the mini-cruise "we don't really run this cruise anymore" and that the real cruise "is kinda cancelled today". Thanks for the info! We make it to an ocean view point where we can admire the sceneries and some sheep. Actually, we ...
... to see some otters;
The guide book talks about the lovely golden sand beaches along the southern coast: This isn’t the sort of golden sandy beaches us Australians are used to. To Lyn it’s a fairly normal sand colour, and it is fine sand, but it lacks sparkle somehow, and certainly lacks hot sunshine and the water is icy cold. L is aware that it is not yet summer and has been assured that it can get quite hot, the sun that is, the ...
... for the car ferry from Reenard Point to Knightstown, Valentia Island. It is one of Ireland's westernmost points, lying off the Iveragh Peninsula in the southwest of County Kerry. the island is approximately 11 kilometres long by almost 3 kilometres wide. The main roads on the island are like driving on the back country lanes. We take a drive out and see the Cromwell Point Lighthouse but unfortunately you cannot get right to the lighthouse as it is still ...
... nice as the sun has finally come out but still very chilly. Take a walk around the rest of the village, very pretty and easy to get around. We have dinner tonight at Paudie's, nothing flash but still nice, the best bit was probably the banoffie pie we shared for dessert, and the most exciting thing to happen is that we saw the sun and blue sky continually for about 5 hours this afternoon / evening. Hoping it lasts for a bit longer, fingers crossed tight ...
... playing in the background you could nearly forget outside it was 4 degrees and raining.
Killarney is a true tourist town with a large number of pubs, various high quality shops as well as the usual souvenir shops. The Best Western we stayed at had an authentic Irish father and son duo playing that night and it must be said the son had one of the best voices we have heard. Not to be out done there was some 50 American high school students who were ...
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