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Travel Blogs from Dingle
... travel along smoothly. It is funny to look at the driver's face in the oncoming cars sometimes. It is on this Peninsula, that part of Ryan's Daughter was filmed, as was Far and Away.
The Famine Cottages, as they became known, had reed or straw rooves and straw floors. There was turf in the thatching for insulation and these could have been up to eighteen inches thick.
The Blasket Centre is a fascinating Interpretive centre, detailing ...
... town that was situated along the harbor, knew we were about to indulge in some fresh seafood. The quaint town was rather busy and we decided on a pub called, John Benny's. We snuggled around a small table that had the best view of the front door, great for people watching everyone entering the pub. We ordered a pot of fresh mussels that had a lemon grass broth, fresh raw oysters with the vinegar & shallot sauce & hake served over ...
Today was pack up and move on day.
But for the first time, I wasn't going by bus.
Often, i will hitch short distances....but today I was going from Kenmare to Dingle.
That is a fair distance.
And I wasn't concerned about the people I hitch with. I was worried I wouldn't make it as far as Dingle and I would be stranded.
Luckily for me, my two new friends from the cafe were hitching the first leg with me and then going onwards to their own places.
... We are finding that the enjoyable days now seem to focus on driving around and looking at the country side. You don't have to drive very far to find something to look at. Every now and then you come across a saying that seems to describe where you are in life. Well today at breakfast we found one:
"Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do then by the things you did. Sail away from the safe harbour. Explore. ...
... on us, we gaze out at the Atlantic Ocean and watch the boys' heads bob up and out of sight as they climb over the rocky jetty.
Our Dingle drive is almost over, one last stop: Kilmalkedar Church. The boys weave through the gravestones while Chris and Elizabeth wander the church ruins. So many old headstones, weathered by time and barely visible. We arrive back in Dingle and stop in at Murphy's Ice Cream for a snack. Then we take the Connor Pass out towards Tralee and ...