The Lighthouse B & B
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... of Ireland! We arrived at the tiny picturesque fishing village, only to discover that it was one packed little fishing village. Disappointed that this adorable town had been discovered and the prices, well not so adorable. It was one of the "been there, seen it" destinations & we were eager to get to the less populated Dingle Peninsula.
Jeff and I had actually become accustomed to having afternoon tea & decided to make a ...
... before noon. We find a parking area fairly easily and it just happens to be near the dock where the boats go out. There are two offices right there for boat tours. The one the next boat is not going out until 2, but the other one has a boat going out in just a few minutes. So we decide to take it. They are also kind enough to let us use their restroom. I decide that it would be a good idea to through the rain pants on over my jeans. Just in case ...
... our journey takes us three times as long, because we stop frequently to take pictures. I think we are going to have to make one album of Ireland scenery pictures. Every time you go around a bend, BAM, more mountains views, more sea views, more fields, more picture opportunities.
We do finally arrive at our B&B, once again the B&B fairies have stayed with us. This B&B is right across from the bay with wonderful views in front and ...
... with their wooden swords, and we watched them have a mini fencing tournament. Humorous. We got lucky with weather and had lunch on the outdoor patio of the pub next door.
The drive to Dingle - though far longer than we expected - was an incredible feast for the eyes. The terrain changed by the moment. At one point, there were the predictable fields of green, separated by low stone walls, and populated with sheep and cows. The ...
... and stone front and back. The house is so very "tight" that neither of us heard the apparently heavy winds which came in the night last night. At breakfast, our hostess, Denise, told us that the house, which looks very old and quaint, is only 17 years old, but designed to fit into the landscape of the peninsula. There are many in the area with similar look. It turns out that Denise's husband came originally from a ...