What a glorious day! Breathtaking scenery with blue ocean water reflecting the clear, blue sky. The fields of emerald green with dots of white sheep grazing. The mountains a blend of mauve and rust – nature’s perfection!
We started out from Kenmare with our first little detour to Ballinskelligs to see the ruins of Skellig Michael, a ruin of a 6th century Monastery and McCarthy’s Castle – also in ruins. Our detour took us on roads very less travelled!
We stopped in Port Magee – a picturesque fishing village – for lunch at the Fisherman’s Bar where I had fabulous hake fish & chips! A big monkfish and scallop fishing area.
Otherwise – we just enjoyed the scenery and the twisting turning roads.