After breakfast, we were taken to John's (the driver) own farm and peat field, where we all took a turn a cutting peat - really quite easy and lighter than we thought it would be. The small and picturesque village of Sneem was our next stop, and after Sneem, we continued on to see a standing stone that had "Ogham" writing on it (pronounced "ohm"), early writing from around Roman times, and derived from Roman numerals - horizontal and vertical lines. From there we continued on for our next hike, on the Old Kerry Way, similar to the previous walks, only it rained considerably was and was quite steep and slippery. We finally emerged in a village near a pub where we had lunch. After lunch we were driven (some walked) to Derrynane, to see the home of "The Liberator", Daniel O'Connell. He was born in 1797, adopted by a well-off uncle (one of the few Catholics who owned property), who adopted him and his brother and smuggled them to France for higher education. The violence of the French Revolution repelled O'Connor, who became an Irish leader in the struggle for independence using political rather than violent means. He was responsible for Catholic Emancipation, and died in about 1847. Here, we first walked through the dunes to Derrynane Beach, and walked the length of the beach, where a few brave souls were swimming, and then to the house for a tour. It was on to Waterville after that, where we enjoyed another great dinner at our hotel.