Updated from http://www.RideDOT.com/rtw/366.html So the night passed uneventfully - no security guard kicking at our sleeping bags, which are spread out all over the floor of this dusty laundry room. We awoke unmolested in this deserted campsite in a small town tucked away in County Kerry, Ireland. Glancing nervously outside at the sunshine warming up our getaway bikes, we scarf down a lightning-quick breakfast and hastily pack up everything and try to leave the room as we found it. So glad everything (especially my feet) is dry! Our route today skirts the southern shores of Tralee Bay. The morning air is so cold these days, and we once again insulate ourselves in our rainsuits, even though the clouds have exhausted their seemingly limitless supply of water. Due to all the other surprises we've found at tips of each peninsula, we're off to seek the treasure at the end of this finger of land: the Dingle Peninsula. About half-way through the Dingle Peninsula, the road deviates from the coast and heads inland. And up... The Conor Pass goes over the Dingle Mountain Range and at 1500 feet is one of the higest passes in Ireland The road is so close to the edge of the mountain, you can peer down into lush green fields of the valley below!