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... lunch for both, so we stopped in for lunch at a place that Dennis had gone to last time he was in the area - Mareena's Simply Food. Oh my goodness, everything was fantastic! I had the warm Cashel bleu salad...yum. Then Dennis and I parted ways to go to our appointments. My pedicure was at this little Thai style salon on the 3rd floor of a building on the main street. I was the only customer and the owner of the place was originally from Phukhet so we had a lot ...
... front row seats for a super splashing the whole way back. Lucky for us, the captain gave us rainproof jackets and pants BEFORE we departed...unlike the passengers on the way there, only getting them halfway through. Somehow, after watching Skellig disappear into the distance and checking out the 30,000 pairs of birds on Little Skellig, Lynn and I both managed to kinda sorta nap on the way back.
We took the time to relax at the hostel the rest of the time. ...
... by windmills to Karine's happiness. Dingle is a cute bay-side village but since we are hungry we search for our 4-star ocean view hotel. We think we got lost because of our non reliable satellite service, but what a pride when some pub owner tells us we are a quarter mile away from our hotel. Adn what a magnificent view! The cliffs seem to bend in the air, the sea is calm, the room is perfect. Well, almost perfect. We still have the same things we miss: air ...
... player joined in not knowing the songs at all. Our last was a Dingle music pub crawl....there must be 14 pubs in this little town and we would listen outside one and decide if we wanted to go in or not. What's so great is the variety of styles...it's all Irish music, but it can have any combinations of instruments....guitar, fiddle, bodhran (Irish drum), accordian, concertina, banjo, penny whistle.
Our days on the Dingle Peninsula were spent at ...
The day started with a horse cart ride to the National park which is 26 hundred acres ,after a lovely ride we were dropped at the lake for a boat ride out to Muckross House.The boat was a large tinny ,the water was rough , the wind was up and it was light rain and it ...
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