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 ...
... We felt very safe in Belfast. The lonely planet guide said that Belfast was previously grouped in the three B’s (the places tourist should avoid) amongst Beirut and Baghdad! Certainly things have calmed down, we found the Irish to be very friendly (like the Scottish) but at times somewhat hard(er) to interpret. The next day we visited the Titanic museum that had opened last year. It was an amazingly interactive museum of which we all enjoyed ...
... 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 ...
... s beautiful mind! At this point we decided we were tired and decided to head straight to Dingle. I love seeing the green, hedged farmland with flocks of sheep scattered all over their hillsides! I even saw my first 'mountain' sheep today - they have long, shaggy wool! So here we are in Dingle - exhausted, yet happy! Popped over to hear some live music at a pub down the street. Tomorrow we drive the Dingle Peninsula and stay in Ennis! Til next time...Larae ...
... Dingle (follow signs for DIngle Town)
We skipped Limerick and went to the Tarbert Killimer ferry- It's about a 20 minute crossing...costs about 18 euros one way (I think...).....I would totally recommend it. It gives you the opportunity to get out and stretch, lie on a bench and soak up some sun...etc etc...I think it cuts an hour out of the drive.
Once you're on the other side, you're home ...