Our fifth day in Kerry, and after spending the early part of the day at the Waterpark in Tralee, we were off touring again, heading for the Dingle Peninsula for our second visit, this time intending to explore the northern side. We knew our route from Tralee would take us through the village of Blennerville, and we couldn’t pass without stopping at its famous windmill. It was built in 1800 and has been restored on a few occasions. It is now working again, and is the largest of its type in Europe. Well worth a stop.