On Wednesday, August 9th, my cousin Liz and I and the rest of the merry band of twenty people who made up our tour group set off from Limerick for County Kerry because we were going to see the Ring of Kerry.
The Ring of Kerry is a circular scenic route on the Iveragh peninsula in southwest Ireland. A lot of the roads are quite narrow, which reminded me of visits to Japan as a kid–tour buses do the route in counter-clockwise fashion and cars in clockwise. It keeps buses from bumping into each other and clogging up roads.
The Ring of Kerry easily wins best scenery of the trip. I think you’ll be able to see why.
|With Charlie Chaplin in Waterville, Co. Kerry|
|The Blind Piper pub in Caherdaniel|
|Village of Sneem, Co. Kerry|