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... the church is St. Joseph's Convent and Diseart. The nuns of this convent founded a small school here almost 200 years ago for poor children. Today it is a center for Christian Celtic culture and a museum of sorts. It contains murals, frescoes, and stained glass windows by the Irish master Harry Clark. After viewing the artwork, we walked around its extensive gardens before continuing with our shopping. A clerk in one of the stores recommended that we have lunch in a ...
... 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 ...
... s hot coco to close the night down. But the night wasn't over. Back at the hostel, we were invited to play cards with the Michigan girls, NYC / Irish guy, and the Austrailian. One complex game of Rummy and and more than a few intense games of spoons later, the night came to a close. Not before a groupwide hysteria took us over, all in bed, as we had the deepest laughs for about ten minutes, all because of the Australians feet.
Dingle: Thanks for the adventure. We'll never forget ...
... The bus returned and dropped all of the students back to their cottages but Sean Pol had one last hike for John and me. We got in Sean Pol's car and drove down to Conor Pass to hike up to "the secret lake". Just northeast of the summit at Connor Pass is a small car parking lot with a waterfall. What everyone doesn't realize is that the waterfall is coming from a hidden lake about 50 yards up the mountain. A ...
... creatures suddenly take to a solitary way of life, but perhaps his persistence in maintaining it and physical conditions would at least indicate the area is a welcoming home with not too many natural dangers.
Tour of Dingle Brewery where they brew Crean's
The lager was named after the great Tom Crean. The local man who as a member of the British Navy went on to take part in 3 of the 4 Antarctic Expeditions. It was during ...