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... getaway. Adam has barely had any time since he landed before we're in the car, bound for Dingle.
Sadly, this is our last weekend in Ireland and we're doing the best of the best; all our favorite places. Tonight Dingle, tomorrow Doolin and Sunday something new, the Connemara coast and Westport. As we drive to Dingle, the weather is balmy and overcast but rain does not manifest.
We are super lucky on the hotel, right on Main Street ...
We were up and out again by 9:00 on our way to Dingle in County Kerry on the southwest coast. Part of the time the country side changed dramatically from farming to craggy, shale mountain sides with sheep and goats scampering all around. We were on our way to a working 2,500 acre sheep farm. The sheep farmer and his 5 border collies worked together liked musicians herding the sheep across the rough terrain. The dogs were trained to respond to commands and whistles ...
... in the center with a 6th century carving of a Maltese cross above the spiral motif that decorates the bottom.
We pause our drive around the Peninsula again to see the Gallarus Oratory: an 11th century church shaped like an upturned boat. The church is small, and a graveyard rests beside it; covered over by stones because the ground is too shallow and dogs would get "too curious." Standing in this church, you can imagine the peasants gathering in ...
... others!), and then called the "Dingle Medical Clinic". For any of you who have possibly watched the BBC series "Doc Martin", think this! A block from our hotel, the medical clinic serves....well, just about anyone! We walked over and sat among the gaelic-speaking locals and waited our turn to visit with Doc Conor Michael Brosnan, a very young, very bright, very darling physician. He gave us some appropriate symptom-addressing medications. We walked another block ...
... person in Dingle and that I was
beautiful. The only bad thing is that
the men here think that it is ok to grab you when ever they want. I made sure that they knew that I was not having it. I spoke to one man about it
and he told me that the women here are use to this type of treatment so it is
usually ok for a man to reach out and touch a woman. I understand that this is the custom here, but they see that I am ...