Murphy's B & B
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... accents. They were giggling and acting silly and taking photos. We realized that they were trying to get the handsome Irish lad who worked there into the background of their photos -- and maybe the foreground too! When he wasn't looking they would turn their heads to watch him walk by and then giggle some more.
Inside the shop, a customer named Maureen and a clerk named Kathleen were laughing and talking sometimes in English and sometimes in Irish. They were laughing and ...
... shore of the Dingle Peninsula there lies a sprinkling of islands. Most are rather small and round, what you would normally think of when I say the word island. The other more interesting island, however, is long and quite large with hills that crop up in the most peculiar places. One might even say the hills look like eyes, a nose, a mouth, and a body laying down in the water. It is because of this island’s particular landscape that the legend ...
... to the darkness inside Gallarus, I recognized the tour guide escorting the Alabamans. He was the father of twin girls I had seen in the Courthouse Pub the night before! Their mother had played the bodhrán at the trad session. I was amazed to watch the little girls, just 6 weeks old, as they both slept through the pub festivities.
The Dingle Loop drive ended with a visit to the ...
... Jim and I stop at Quinlan's fish and chips restaurant for some take away ... we saw a huge line yesterday at lunch time winding out of the restaurant so we think it's pretty good. Back at the hostel, we enjoy our fish and chips while the kiddos share some chips and have grilled cheese sandwiches and pasta. After dinner we rest a bit more before heading out for an evening walk around town to check out buildings and monuments.
We have enjoyed our time in Killarney.
... a 7th century church on the hills of Dingle. It looked like a bee hive to me, but it was made to look like an upside down boat built out of stones without mortar by an early Christian pilgrim. It is warm and water proof from the rain. (Local legend says if you walk through the church and climb out the window then your soul will be cleansed, but we found this out later, after ...