Ireland’s Dreamy Landscape

There’s so much to tell you about however I think the pictures would explain it the most! When we left our sweet little B&B outside of Kinsale we ended up heading up the coast and a slight detour around a beautiful peninsula. All the while wearing Toblerone down to the bone with my opposite driving! And for the record most of the signs tell you that you can go 100km or so when in reality, the roads are so small and busted that you have to go 30km or less. So, I didn’t realize the Irish were totally backwards on that too!! Moving right along…..

Here’s a bit of a “photo journal” of our 5th day in paradise. If you missed days 1-2 go here, or for 3-4 go here. We went to an old Abbey built in the 1300’s (whoa…) and came across an Altar Wedge Tomb which was first erected in 2,000 BC – 3,000 BC (double whoa…) which is incredible to think about. On this trip we were making our way towards Galway but really got to see everything from the mountains, lakes, beaches, ocean, etc. Take a look and enjoy the ride with us on Day 5! 🙂

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8 thoughts on “Ireland’s Dreamy Landscape

  1. Thanks for linking the first two pages, somehow I missed them!

    Some great shots of what looks to be a wonderful place. The B&B looks great and so do the prices!! I am gonna see if I can persuade my better half to pay Ireland a visit.

    If you love Ireland, then you have got to try Scotland. More rugged, but just as beautiful, the west coast especially.

    Thanks for sharing, I look forward to more shots.of your visit.

    • Trust me, that B&B was to die for! 🙂 All of the ones we went to were just perfect and cute! More to come, stay tuned! 🙂

      I’ll definitely try Scotland! I’ve driven to it but didn’t stay the night so thats the next trip!! 🙂

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