Stop#3: The Ring of Kerry is a 179-kilometer-long tourist route in County Kerry, Ireland. We drove the route counter-clockwise to avoid being on the outside lane on all the cliffs that plummeted to the sea (Ireland drives on the left side of the road)! If you ever drive this road, be prepared for a harrowing […]
Stop #32: Nazaré has become synonymous with surfing and big waves. They are the biggest waves in the world. The town isn’t the quaint Portuguese fishing village it once was. But it is still beautiful with cliffs and sand that stretches for miles. The town of white buildings and tile roofs buts up against the […]
Stop #2: We stopped in Marvão after Tomar, and we couldn’t believe the views of the mountains from the top of the hills (@2,800 feet). Marvão is a medieval fortress town at the top of a cliff. The sun was setting and we caught this beautiful town at sunset. Randy is not a fan of […]
I had no idea that sea caves could be anything as extensive as what we kayaked in Channel Islands National Park. This was a great park, with scenic vistas, lots of sea life, and the land untouched the way the rest of the continent once looked. So beautiful. Randy, great pick!