The Dingle Quayside
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... novelties, sweets. All the Marys we see, it is wonderful to see the respect they get, not one is vandalised, could that happen in NZ??? "Think of the birds and bees when hedge cutting" a headline from the paper. Scrub Cutting and Burning The Issue BirdWatch Ireland receives many calls each year from members of the public who are concerned about the cutting of hedgerows and the burning of scrubland. Reports are typically highest early in the year, especially during ...
... sea spray. They also help with the wind. Soon we are on the boat and looking for Fungie.
We do not find him right away, but I am enjoying the views of the harbor. There is a lighthouse and these awesome cliffs. I notice some sheep but cannot get a great photo of them. If we do not find Fungie, we do not pay. This will not be bad since this is a beautiful boat ride in the harbor. But then there is a spotting and we are off! For awhile ...
... 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 ...
... of Ireland. Substantial varieties of wildlife live there, and we could see masses of birds circling hundreds of feet below us, nearer the water and beside the cliffs. We were too late in the day to see puffins, who normally come out in the mornings. After walking the paths of the Cliffs in cold, windy, and rainy weather next to fields of sheep and cows, we enjoyed a hot lunch inside the Visitor's Center. The Visitor's Center was built ...
Hello all! Hope you are having a wonderful day. Here is part 2 of the update, the Ring of Dingle…
We woke up to yet another breakfast of toast and corn flakes and heavy fog. Again we set out early before the buses to avoid crowds but this also meant extremely limited viewing. We were able to see the beehive huts, old dwellings they think date to the 12th century. They are still
studying the area and believe at the ...