Coill An Rois (Forest of the Roses)
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... and died in Anascaul on a farm very close to Dingle. During his life he served on four missions to the Antarctica. He served under Shackleton and Scott. We both were inspired with his story, so we bought a book on his life. After he served in the military he returned to his home town and opened "The South Pole" pub. So Dave and decided to visit his town 15 miles down the road. ...
... learn more about as we work our way across the country. We ended our tour of the Dingle Peninsula in Dingle, and grabbed a quick bite to eat at a pub called Murphy's. Unfortunately it took us a while to get our meals, and we still had an hour and a half drive into Killarney, where we were spending the night, so we had to eat our meals very quickly, and leave Dingle in a bit of a hurry. However, the charm of this cute town was not lost on us, and we both agreed that it would ...
Better in Dingle: mieux à Dingle!
Après le raté de Killarney il me fallait quelque chose de plus sympa, où je puisse me détendre un peu. Alors je suis parti pour Dingle, qui est aussi touristique mais devrait être plus calme pour le moment. Et cette fois-ci j'ai eu de la chance, enfin presque!
D'abord, Dingle et sa péninsule sont vraiment chouettes. J'ai encore fait un tour dans un petit bus, ...
... in serious Gaeltacht territory now, so more and more of the signs were in Irish with no English translation. We arrived at our B&B, Greenmount House, just as it started to rain again. Greenmount House is a very nice and roomy B&B just up the hill from the center of Dingle Town. Our host, Gary Curran, showed us to our room. It is spacious and pretty and has big windows and a patio that face west over fields to the harbor and the mountains beyond. He told ...
... their construction. Upright slabs sometimes form the lowest course of the wall, usually along the inner face; in some cases these are all that survive and such sites have occasionally been interpreted incorrectly as stone circles. The size of the internal space that can be spanned by the corbelled roof of these huts is limited, and extra space was instead gained by building 1 or more conjoined huts, usually with communicating passageways.