Bonane Heritage Park is located just off of the Ring of Kerry and is one of those little places showing you how people lived in the past. In this case the age of the Druids. It is not well marked and when you arrive there is a small parking area and then a gate and a building to pay. Of course, nobody was there, so paying was on the honor system. We DID pay and then started walking up the road. There are two ways to go, Druid’s Walk, or Fionn’s Hill. Thinking they took you to different places, and seeing nothing in the direction of Druid’s Walk, we opted for the Hill. Now the hill seemed to go on for miles and with the steep grade was exhausting by the time we reached the top. From there you could see the ruins they had uncovered. Turns out the either the mild Druid’s walk or Fionn’s Hill both came out at the same place.
After walking around at the top, I met one of the locals and said that I wish you could drive up here, “You can, just open the gate!”. Sure enough cars started arriving at the top. My wife and I got separated on the hill and she made three trips up and down looking for me!