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Travel Blogs from Dingle
The weather cleared up for us today and we had such a good time! We started the day by taking a walk around Glengarriff and taking some pictures of the islands. We almost took a 10 minute boat ride to Garnish Island, but we wanted enough time to find the O'Sullivans and drive the Dingle Pennisula (which we are now doing tomorrow).
We spent …
From Kinsale we drove to Dingle on the peninsula passing scores of interesting sights scattered across moors, hillsides, valleys and seascapes. The roads are incredibly narrow and typically too small for two vehicles to pass. One narrow road crossed a small stone bridge and a large truck coming the opposite direction took up some of my lane as we …
Aaron and I took a drive to County Kerry. It took about 3 hours to get there had we gone straight but we did not.
On route to Dingle. We stopped over at Macroom to grab lunch. We ordered our lunch to go and drove to a park bench near Kelarney National Park and Kelarney town then ate our lunch there. In doing so we saving both time and money (2 or 3 euros) over dining in. We then drove to someones house to see if they were home. They were ...
... it's pretty cool being Dingle's own brewery.
Home for feet up but because it was so nice out - walked to Brian De Staic's jewellery to pick up my wonderful memory piece.
Stopped for tea on way back home for another feet up before heading out to dinner at the Old Smokehouse and more music!!
Sooo lucky to bump into our Mary at the B and B before heading out who carefully said ...
... watch and noticed the pressure drop 5 points,I couldn't believe this as any course I ever attended never mentioned such a sudden drop.
I mentioned the drop to our skipper and saw the blood draining from his face.
He backed the bit of a jib we had up and lashed the tiller and sent everyone below.
I spent my time at the chart table monetering the situation,it didnt get better only worse.
The story can be read on the "Afric" blog.
When we were in the hole ...