Your experience will vary depending on whether you walk, bike, or drive the treacherous, narrow road of the Gap of Dunloe... We drove in the bulky, cumbersome car we were given by rental services, and that made for a nerve-wracking though thrilling experience! The Gap of Dunloe is very scenic, with ruins along the way and sheep idling along the very narrow and winding road. Take note that if a car is coming in the opposite direction of you, you will be performing a taxing pull-to-the-side-when-there-really-isn't-a-side-to-pull-to in order to let the other person go. Once we made it through the Gap of Dunloe and shortly later made it to our B&B, the hostess of the B&B could not believe we drove through the Gap of Dunloe, saying she'd never done that in her life (presumably out of its perilous nature). Though a beauty, we most reflect on the Gap of Dunloe as a survival story. ;-)
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