After Galway we decided to make the long drive down to the Ring of Kerry. We went via Limerick (as we obviously needed to see where limericks come from!). It took about 3 hours to get there but it was so worth the drive. We drove over a hill and suddenly had this incredible view and knew we had arrived. It is an incredibly stunning part of Ireland. We drove through Killorglin and stopped to see the wild salmon fishery, huge River Laune and statue of King Puck (the goat). The views were incredible. The towns are all super cute. They all had little petrol pumps on the side of the road, it felt like stepping back in time. We came across a campsite next to a river and decided to camp there for the night. We were the only tent there (there was one other caravan), but we were treated to an incredible sunset with boats passing by! It was probably the most beautiful campsite I've ever stayed at. The next day we made our way down to Dingle and found a B&B. We stopped at Skelligs Chocolate factory and the many roadside shrines, beaches and castles. Dingle was a great place. We went out for a few drinks at a pub with some live music and had a meal with some cooked oysters which I've never tried before and John Bennys Pub. Our last night was in Kinsale before making our way back to Dublin via the Wicklow mountains and a quick half guinness at the highest pub in Ireland.