A day-long excursion out of Killarney included circling one peninsula called the Ring of Kerry.  The Kerry County Museum in Tralee featured a large set of life-size diaramas of medieval life in museum basement.  Several of these are included in the picture selection.  The Ring of Kerry is a very narrow one way road clockwise around the peninsula beyond the little port city of Dingle, where we stopped twice.  Many of the natives do not bother with the one-way restriction causing them to back their vehicles to a passing area each time they meet a tour bus.  Squeezing a tour bus and a car along narrow, cliff-side roads is a harrowing experience.  Oreo cows, rarely seen in the States, were also seen along this drive.

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