The Dingle Quayside
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... saw this beach!
You have never seen a girl on a bike overtake a car going uphill so fast.
I wanted my lunch.
I am so glad I waited until I got to the beach though. It was breathtaking.
If not a little busy.
Then I continued on the road again and stopped only to take photos between there and Dingle.
When I got back into Dingle I got some postcards.
There were a ...
... so the boys-mostly Kaeleb-opt for bread while we three eat AMAZING seafood for dinner. After dinner and before the pubs start their live music we stop in at a diner for the boys to have chips and a burger. They finish eating and we peruse the pubs for a music session. We find O'Sullivans pub. They begin music around 9ish. We get a table in front of the music area, Dad orders a bottle of wine for him and Genny, I can't help but get a Guinness. We ...
... in corbelling style – no mortar, and no capstones. It was an incredible structure and the only one remaining intact in Europe.
This afternoon was a former convent that is now a center for spiritual learning. The windows in the nuns’ chapel were made by a famous stained glass window artist here, and the chapel itself is lovely. There is also a fresco of the Last ...
Every time I type 'Dingle' into my iPhone it autocorrects it to single - it seemed appropriate. Today we slept in - a much needed luxury. It's the first time since dublin that we have spent more than one night in the same place. And we were happy to be so. Dingle has been good to us. It's a lovely, quiet, and quaint little town. Our goal today was to do some local shopping and drive the peninsula. We walked the streets looking for the ...
... and Dingle Town is when you begin to see the scenery which I think most people picture when they think of Ireland; green pastures filled with sheep and stone walls.
I arrived in Dingle Town about 15:15. It was then I realized it had take me just as long to go by bus from Cork City to Dingle Town, as it had for me to go from Bruges, Belgium to Cork City, Ireland.
I did not have a place to stay booked, but I had been told that wouldn't be a problem ...