Harbour Nights Bed and Breakfast
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... Sat down and giggled, it was sooooo like Everybodies Theatre (Opunake) right down to the up stairs balcony, unbelievable. Can't remember the name of the film (the irish say fill lim - Kevin's father always said it that way!) Liam Neeson was in it and of course it was quite violent, set in NY. Back here to watch the news, now it's 11.30am and the music is thumping, but that's ok, it's novel. Just a few points to note. Halloween is huge here. Shops full of decorations, ...
... in other European countries, I was somewhat surprised when I didn’t find it previously. The French toast is also good but a little more eggy than I like. I end up stuffed and can’t even finish it!
Before leaving we stop at the desk where we get a local map, Yeah! I love maps. We also ask about laundry and find out that we can drop off our laundry with them and not have to pay per item we can actually pay per pound. This ...
... places to see in the Dingle area...I don't even need a tourist office!
I set up camp, and then went into town to get my food.
On the way back from the shop I began talking to a family who had the most amazing converted van! So much inspiration for later on!
I got back to the kitchen in the hostel part of the campsite, and only one thing caught my eye.
A green jumper.
What a night this is going to be!!
... After dinner I took a nice relaxing shower, with water pressure, and wrote postcards while Michelle and Danielle found a plaque for the man who invented the submarine and had a drink in another pub. We all fell into the soft, welcoming beds and slept soundly.
This morning we again headed out early to try to see the cliffs before heading back to Dublin. The clouds were heavy but we decided to hike up anyway. The trail cuts between ...
... if first and checked it out. no way would I bike on these narrow roads with blind curves and tourists driving. Lots of scenic views, but it was rainy and foggy today, so visibility was limited. We still had fun, because there we're lots of sites to stop at along the way, you'll see some of them in the pictures. Beehive huts, sheep, old churches, cemeteries, the house where Nicole Kidman stayed when she filmed ...