Dingle Harbour Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDingle Harbour Lodge
The cottages that the surrounding the lodge are very comfortable and stocked with everything you might need. They are spacious, clean, and have a beautiful view of the harbor.
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... and rescue center for all types of ocean life. We were truly amazed. Crean's Brewery - named after Tom Crean who was a local unsung hero of Antarctic Exploration. This is a fairly new brewery and they make Irish lager beer. Dave likes to try all local beers and he is really enjoying this one (maybe a little too much). This was a self-guided tour, where I learned more about making of beer then I had it any of the brewery. Who knows maybe ...
... is nice, and we were fortunate that was the case when we crossed and then stopped at the top for a short hike upwards along the ridge. The road on the north side of the pass is "single track", meaning one lane with occasional passing spots, not the kind of road I’d want to be driving during pea soup fog.
Our B&B for the night was a small roadside place named O’Shea’s, about a ten minute walk from ...
... was kicked out of the hostel after one night, and they even had to throw away the duvet he used! I gave some serious thoughts to go sleeping in the living room, but luckily I was just next to the wide open window... Those are things that happen in dormitories, but it's always nasty.
I had a good relaxing time in Dingle, and I wish I stayed there a bit longer. If time permits I may go back there at some point, who knows?
... 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 ...
... food? Afterwards we are going to Siopa Ceoil a music shop and coffee bar for a concert by local musicians and once that is over we'll be ready for more music at the pubs. Tomorrow is a 15 mile walk to Dunquin which will take us along the bay and beaches.
Five more days of walking, exploring and hopefully not getting too lost!
Patrick has been posting lots great photos on his part of the blog, check them out.