Murphy's B & B
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... cliff. Very interesting. Next on out journey was the beach where Ryan's Daughter was filmed. Dramatic and beautiful. The ramp down to the beach was built by the filmed production crew. Dave was brave enough to drive right down to the beach..we were both a little puckered, it was very steep. Loved it!' Further down the road was Dunquin and we were hoping they were still running a ferry to the Blasket Island.This Island ...
So, today we headed west of Dingle, along the Slea Head Drive, a stretch of road known for it's collection of ancient sites and fabulous views.
We made MANY stops along the drive . . . visiting both the Slea Head Famine Cottages, built mainly in the 1840's and inhabited through the Irish Potato ...
... on getting us over the top and down the other side. We were greeted by lovely views stretching over the hills dotted with quaint cottages and black headed mohair sheep.
We arrived at Dingle Town just after 1.00 pm and after checking-in at The Lantern Townhouse B&B we set off to find lunch and what a find - a little restaurant with the name "Chowders" on the front window. No guessing what we ordered for lunch - a steaming hot bowl of their thick ...
... up specific poses at locations she chose on the patio ("Do as you're told!"), and she took some very nice shots of the two of us with Slea Head and the Blaskets in the background. Then she handed us a small wrapped item that she wanted us to have as an anniversary present. ("It's small! It's small! The owner will never know!") We opened it later and saw it was a small ceramic dish decorated with a shamrock for resting your teabag on. Vivian hugged Kathleen goodbye and we headed ...
... the traditional pubs. We have a delicious dinner at Fenton's another seafood inspired menu, with a few chicken dishes for Chris. The restaurant is small and intimate and we sit looking out onto the city street. A few tourists walk by, but mostly we see locals. After all, it's at the end of the tourist season. After dinner we gorge ourselves on Murphy's, likely our last time. The boys insist on two scoops, since this is our last time. We're all heartbroken ...