Sunday, Sep 9, 2012 - We left Kenmare, heading for our next B&B in Ennis, via the Dingle peninsula. The weather was slightly rainy.
People taking surfing lessons, around 50 Deg. F, believe it or not:
Dingle was a quaint town with lots of pubs. I had the smoke salmon lunch again, but it wasn't quite as good as yesterday's.
A stream running right under a house:
A jewelry shop:
We left Dingle via Connor's pass (Ireland's highest) which goes up into the mountains to get to the north side of the peninsula. The road was one of the narrowest yet and we were driving through fog, so no view. It was a two-way road of course. Negotiations were sometimes required:
We arrived at our B&B for the next two nights, Newpark House near Ennis. It was built in 1790 and had a lot of property. Thankfully there were other guests or it would have been spooky.
The nearby town of Ennis:
Had dinner here in Ennis: