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... little town of Dingle is very cute also with a lot of colorful fishing boats in the habour and we enjoyed a sumptuous dinner at the Chart House Restaurant, great. Daylight doesn't end until about 10.30 pm so we are really packing a lot in. Ps. When we came back to our room our beds were turned down, after dinner mints (and I think Baileys and Cream) and Talyse even had a teddy bear with a hot wheat pack inside - pure ...
... the entire week, well, today it was 70 degrees! This is the reason why I over packed with bringing my North Face jacket & leather boots. I could have done without both items & not have to check any suitcases. Always the weatherman's fault!
Our final destination for the day was the Dingle Peninsula. We took a couple of wrong turns, but quickly fixed our mistakes with U-turns, look to the right first. The drive to ...
... they are a sad part of the country.
But on my walk from my bike to the cottages, I walked past a donkey.
He eeee-orrrred! I completely lost it!
I got told by JJ yesterday that there was a particular beach that I needed to go to for lunch.
So even though I was hungry, and starting to lose energy, I kept riding.
And riding. And riding.
I came around a ...
... scenery. Here you have shear cliffs and rock formations being battered by the sea. It is a ballet that Mother Nature puts on that mesmerizes you. The waves crashing the sea birds calling and swooping down on the air currents... this is somewhere that you could spend the entire day. The weather is warm, about 27 C, so the water doesn't feel that cold.
On we trek to the Blasket Islands Center for some more Irish history. The Blasket Islands are just off ...
... small but impressive series of structures on a sheer cliff, first inhabited in the 8th and 9th centuries. Sheep graze around the stone ruins. The boys seem more interested in watching the lone ram pulling grass than the ruins. Chris and Elizabeth marvel at the sheer fortitude of these people who chose to build their settlement so close to the cliff's edge. Indeed, some of the fortification is the cliff.
It's a short walk down to the famine cottages. Even though it's now past ...