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Travel Blogs from Bantry
... beautiful! Bay's are spread like fingers up and down the coast, villages and towns popping up around them. The GPS beeps out you have arrived, but we see no stone circle. We drive up a hillside and see an older woman pruning her garden. We stop and ask her for directions. She asks Genny to get out of the car and Elizabeth hears what sounds like "Get out of the car and have a snack." Genny, a bit nervously, exits the car and disappears over the ...
... both ways and Doug secured the table in the window for the evening. We continued on to the Eagle Point campsite at Ballylickey and had the most magnificent pitch over-looking Bantry Bay and Whiddy Island. We had about an hour to get ready and then Chris and Doug joined us to sample my Birthday bottle of Bucks Fizz, courtesy of Russ and Anna. Thanks guys it was scrummy! The taxi arrived early and we got down to the restaurant in record time ...
Today we started off with a short drive to Dingle, a charming gaelic speaking fishing village. We drove around the ring of kerry, stopping at some of the many lookouts for photos. One of which gave us a nice view of the sleeping giant Island....pretty cool! We stopped driving for a few hours in Dingle to have a look around the town, to shop and have a bite for ...
... people slobber on each year? Ha ha! By now it was getting towards mid afternoon, so deciding to make Killarney for our stop we took of along a few back roads (Blarney is about 30 kilometres north of Cork) then back on the highway and got to a hotel at about 6pm! None of the hotels we have seen in Wales and Ireland have any air conditioning or fridges and this one was no different - it has been a hot day here (26 degrees) and our room was facing the sun with the curtains left ...
... It lead us down a paved road, then a dirt road past some houses and finally into a field. We had to climb over the farmers fence (a ladder was provided) and a sign warned us to mind the cattle-leave only but footprints. It was the most random path but we enjoyed walking through the fields that had the ocean to our left and mountains to our right. We finally came out to the main road that would take us back to town, but we weren't ready so we headed back the way ...