The Dingle Quayside
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... order of chips between us. It was a cozy, friendly place with a chatty and funny barmaid and a nice menu. Wednesdays are their big nights mid-week for music, so we told the barmaid we'd be back for dinner. "Thanks for the warning!" she laughed, and told us to get there before 9pm if we wanted a table as they get quite crowded.
We did a little more shopping and headed back to our room for a rest.
We arrived back at John Benny's around 8:45 and, sure enough, ...
So we started the day in Killarney where went for a hike up a mountain then swam in the lake at the bottom to cool down, lakes don't really warm up in Ireland so you can imagine how cold it was. We got to Dingle and stopped at a small local brewery called Creans, did a tour while drinking a pint and headed off down the peninsula. It was beautiful but that doesn't even do it justice. At one point we spotted at a small beach and decided we needed to swim in it, it ...
... Once we got to the park we walked around and took a jaunting cart to the waterfalls. The lake was beautiful, and the area near the waterfall was really green. It was a beautiful drive, even if it was a little long and stressful! It had great cliff edge views on tiny two lane winding roads! Oh, did I mention the speed limit was about 100 km/h? Sigh, I've decided Ireland made sure ...
... sewage trucks (yuck-why do they always seem to be in front of us when we can't pass!?) and busses. I think we are getting better at the routine because for a lot of the drive we were cruising along at the speed limit of 80-100 km/hr. Sometimes the 100km an hour signs on the narrow roads make us laugh in wonder......or the one way bridges that we suddenly come upon.......or when all of a sudden you realize the centre road line has just disappeared and 2 cars are ...
... balance it. The pie was delicious as well, with the beef literally melting in your mouth. The vegetables were a tad lighter than they could've been, but still quite good. The total bill was about 26 euros- delicious and so worth it. We walked back to the hotel after that- it was quite a cold walk! We went up to the room and changed into bathing suits with plans to go to the steam room. We went to the bar first for dessert and boy, were we glad we did! My mom ordered a pot of tea, ...