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... to the right turn off. He was so kind and said he remembered hitch-hiking at my age.
Then there was another guy that took me to the next turn off.
And then there was Jay Jay.
A lovely surfer guy who stopped (because apparently everyone on the road he was driving was hitching to Dingle...there were few places left to go!), re-arranged his surfboard so i could fit and then took me not only to Dingle, but to my campsite!!!
AND, to top it all off, he gave me some of ...
... wanted to take it home but it definitely would not be an acceptable item for customs. Today we headed for Dingle which is the gateway to the peninsula north west of the Ring of Kerry, called the Slea Head. Since the last 2 days have had better weather in the afternoons we decided to reverse our original agenda for the day. So the first port of call was the Dingle aquarium, no guesses for who this stop was for. Liam got to see how an octopus swims, it swims backwards by ...
... you can sound it out and be reasonably close to the correct pronunciation. But since Irish doesn't come from Latin, it's a different animal altogether. Before coming to Ireland, I made myself an Irish playlist for my iPod that I would listen to on the bus. One song is called “Tochailt uaighe go roluath.” I guarantee that however you're pronouncing that right now, it is completely wrong. (By the way, it means roughly “digging myself an early grave.”) There's a ...
... off the beaten path so to say. So we wrapped up our spiritual experience and put Lucy to the test again and she did well – getting us back to our room in no time.
So for this evening, Ginger and I dressed up a little better than before and we went our looking for the craic (look that up on Google for a definition). We ended up over at Marina Inn and Pub and had a wonderful cold seafood platter with a great group of guys playing ...
... family wedding in Westport on Thursday. Everyone was leaving for the Cliffs of Moher and Galway after breakfast, so we wished them all safe journey. We had planned to drive Connor Pass, the highest mountain pass in Ireland, today, but it’s not the best plan for a rainy day. Instead, we set out on the Slea Head Drive which encompasses the far western edge of the peninsula.
We drove this route five years ago, but there were some stops we didn’t make then, and others that ...
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