Friday, 9 July 2021

Ballyheigue And Banna Beach.

 When we walked to Blennerville the other week.  I saw signs for the North Kerry Way.  Instead of walking it all we decided yesterday to have a look at two places along the route: Ballyheigue and Banna beach in County Kerry.


Here's  some photos:


Looking out to sea.
It was a grey showery day.  
You don't  see packed beaches in Ireland.  The lack of crowds and a very small population is one thing  that I have liked living in Ireland for the last twenty years.  


A rather cool notice.




Give your litter a lift.

A recycling bin and a litter bin.  It's  a pity other counties don't  have bins like these.

It passed an hour or two and it was somewhere that we haven't  visited for a while.  I wanted to go for a walk and the wife said: 

"You're like a bloody dog.  All you ever want to do is go for a walk". 

Hmm...๐Ÿ˜Š

10 comments:

  1. Dogs like to do other things too - such as licking their bollocks. By the way I could not see any bananas on Banana Beach!

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    1. Banana Beach would have been another hit sinle by Martha and the Muffins YP. ๐ŸŒ

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    2. It's a habit of mine
      To watch the sun go down
      On Banana Beach
      I pulled my trousers down.

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  2. It is good to have a long stretch of unspoilt beach with no crowds. Love the idea of the recycling bins too. Hope they get used properly?

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  3. Very true JayCee. Far away from the madding crowds or the world and his wife? ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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  4. Good to see there are bins there and they are being used. You have beautiful beaches and countryside. Much nicer not to have them ruined with rubbish.
    Your wife has a droll humour! She is obviously not a walker

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  5. Hi Linda. She's starting calling me Rover๐Ÿ•‍๐Ÿฆบ. J will walk in the Algarve where it's flat and sunny. They have recycling bins everywhere. Even plastic bottle bins.

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  6. Walking is addictive - and human - it make us better people; or at least that's what I say to Jane.

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  7. Walking is very human and addictive Mark. It's also a great way of getting inspiration and give you things to write about. Charles Dickens would walk over twenty miles in a day and no doubt met his characters for his books. Thanks for your thoughts.

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