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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Today I hired a bike.
And I rode.
I rode 33kms (yes, I know...'what have you done with lisa?') around Slea Head...one of the suggestions given to me by JJ yesterday.
It was actually really good!!!
I didn't think I had it me to ride that far without collapsing, but it was really good!!
I saw the real Ireland, the rugged landscape...the tiny little huts that were used in the famine.
... the Pacific back home. After lunch we head into Dingle and check into our b&b, then we walk into the town. Genny, and sometimes me, look in the little shops. We slowly head to the Dingle Brewery. I'm used to breweries at home where tours are done by a person-free and very knowledgeable. This tour unbeknownst to me was not free, it was 7 Euros but includes a pint, which Genny and Dad don't drink and is self guided with little information- not that ...
... so is a fun place to walk around. In the evening, we went to a church to hear a concert of traditional songs. The first half was great – 2 really talented people; a guitar player / singer and a woman who sang beautifully. We left at half-time to go find food. How rude of us, eh?
This morning we went on an archeological tour. That meant that Tim drove the 14 passenger ...
... and accommodating the drivers are. I had heard that you can ask them to stop almost anywhere and if they are able to pull safely off the road they will. I had also heard the same about being picked up; all you needed to do was flag them down. I didn't really believe it until I saw both random drop offs and pick ups done. Another added bonus; most of the buses come with free wi-fi.
I met a girl from New York at the bus station, who is hitch-hiking ...
... for oncoming traffic to pull half-aside and wait. The rule seems to be that the vehicle moving uphill yields at such impasses. If vehicles meet each other away from such wider spots, then someone has to back up. Because at one such occasion we had just passed a wide spot some twenty or thirty meters back, I decided to retreat. It unnerved me to think of asking the oncoming car to back up downhill. This ...