Continuing our drive through Killarney National Park, following on from my previous post, we three masked women in my van leave behind Muckross Park and Torc Waterfall and we pass Ladies View – the famous and popular viewing place for Killarney’s beautiful lakes. We had to pass it by because there were so many tourists there that it seemed impossible to get a parking spot. However, we stopped at several places not far beyond that, and here are the photos:
Lily pads on the lake.
In the Black Valley region.
Finally we drove through the famous Gap of Dunloe. By this time the weather turned very dark and dim and I had to employ a little help from my image editing app to inject a little life into these photos.
Here are some of the jaunting cars that can be hired to tour this area, all fitted with pooh bags, since there were strong objections from many people regarding the amount of horse dung on the pathways of the Killarney National Park. After some resistance, the jarveys (jaunting car drivers) complied with the new rule imposed by the Office of Public Works.
We certainly enjoyed our trip through Killarney National Park, and I hope you enjoyed the trip with us also.
In case you missed Part 1 of this post, click here
There are more photos of this area on my website:
Thanks for looking. Stay safe!