Brownes Bed & Breakfast Dingle
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... of Fungie's dorsal fin at a distance. A passenger would shout, "There he is!" and all the rest would rush to that side of the boat to see. It's a wonder we didn't tip over! The skipper steered us this way and that in the hope of finding the dolphin again. Finally he was quite close and everyone had a nice view. The skipper then sped up and cruised toward the mouth of the harbor, and Fungie kept up alongside. He stayed very close to the port side of the boat and ...
... most recent festival as it came out that the winner was a lesbian, but all was well in the end as it should have been.
I was completely exhausted today, I fell asleep multiple times on the bus and even while watching the short movie on the Gallarus Oratory. After getting settled into out hotel in Killarney and a quick dinner of spaghetti bolognase, here I am in my room writing my blog and hopefully going to bed soon.
... could speed so they wouldn't have to write speeding tickets! No way should you be driving that fast on those tiny roads through towns! Sometimes they weren't even big enough for two cars to pass without being on the grass a bit. Oh and no shoulders on pretty much any street! Anyway, we finally got to our room grabbed a late late night snack of cheese fries and headed to bed! - Todd and ...
... to house little thatched dwellings--referred to as 'fairy forts' -always looking up to patchwork stone fenced walls containing sheep or cows -Dunbeg Fort-rock slab architecture that sadly has recently been hit by a storm and most of it has fallen into the ocean below due to erosion so it was not as awesome as guidebooks suggested......kind of sad that one of the worlds oldest monuments ( as labeled by National Geographic) collapsed so suddenly -the crucifix at Slea ...
... time numbered only about 20. The Centre is a wonderful exhibit, via video, sound, photos and poetry about the people who once lived on the Great Blasket Island - quite a hardy lot. Motoring on down the coast, we found a place to park for our hike, conveniently right by a coffee, scone and cream stop before we took off hiking the Dingle Way for the afternoon.
Making a short stop on our way home by "our" local pub here in ...