Gorman's Clifftop House Hotel
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... best intentions I end up driving straight through to a little town outside of Dingle, where I pick up a hitchhiker, a young lady from Texas with a bike that is bigger than she is, and get her to Dingle, then head to Ballyferriter. My relationship with Miss Garmin has improved over last trip. For the most part we do well together when I just do what she says. We do less well when she doesn't know what I'm looking for. For example, she had no prior knowledge of the ...
... to the vans to have coffee before setting off for lunch in the pub, recommended by the site owner, (who coincidentally also owned the pub)! We walked the regulation Irish 1.5km to Ballydavid and reached the village at about 12 noon and found two pubs, which were both shut! There were two chaps, one up a ladder, painting up the old Coastguard Station. They are ...
... that point, we walked into town (about a ten minute walk), to look for dinner. We walked by the bay and up and down the rows of stores looking at menus. It was quite chilly and very windy outside at this point! We also were walking by a church (pretty from the outside) and decided to step in. It was called St. Mary's church and was just stunning. It was one of the few catholic churches we had seen thus far. We were the only ones in there, and though I'm not religious, it was ...
... water and then squirting to it. We got to see a couple a grey nurse sharks (apparently also called sandtigers), a loggerhead turtle, sting rays, piranhas, spider crabs (which were the subject of a school project Liam did recently), penguins, and lots of different types of fish including a silver arowana (adapted to skim under the surface of the water with its fins underneath its body). Liam was fascinated with one particularly small friendly stingray in a tank ...
... a bit and picked up a pastry from the cafe, as we knew we might not pass any towns until reaching our next stop in the town of Ballydavid. Leaving the pottery shop, we came to a beautiful lookout point over Clogher Beach, where we stopped to take some photos. The water was perfectly blue and the small stretch of sand was bookended on either side by picturesque rocky cliffs. Our path, which had been pretty much empty up to that ...