We woke to the gentle rain coming down so one thing was a certainty we were going to get wet today.
No problem though so we again used four wheels to get to Tralee and were soon on our bikes headed for Tarbet. Again we were faced with a hill leaving town but it was a drag rather than a steep climb and we made short work of it.
Tralee proved to be a beautiful town with a spectacular cathedral. Each cathedral as beautiful as the previous one.
We found the Kerry Museum that displayed some of the cultural history of the area. The exhibits were outstanding also interactive teaching you the history of the county and keeping one interested all the time. Displays dated back to the time of the Druids and more recently the Fitzgerald influence on the area. As recent as 300 years!!!
Again we were faced with a hill leaving town it turned out to be a drag rather than a steep climb and we made short work of it. We were headed towards Listowel with the wind at our back and with an average of 25km an hour we were soon exploring the sights of Listowel.
From Listowel we again had the wind at our back but for the last 10km into Tarbet. Tarbet lies on the banks of the Shannon estuary and we will ferry to Killimer in the morning then head for Gallway via the cliffs of Moher
Eugene on a bike somewhere in the world