When we arrived at the ferry crossing, we were alarmed to discover the charge would be €18. Money-savers that we are, we opted to take the more scenic route and avoid the toll. Along the way, we were happy to find several ancient castles.
Once we made it to our destination, Atlantic View B&B, we were starving. We ate lunch at Stone Cutters Kitchen, a family-owned restaurant just up the road. I had the meatloaf, served with a salad and chutney. Austin had mussels.
We would've eaten outside, except Austin forgot his jacket (again), so we only got to enjoy the sunshine for a moment. After lunch, we dropped off our laundry, then explored town for a little while.