Torann Na Dtonn
Travel Blogs from Dingle
... without a word of reprimand from their mother, who just kept saying, "you're doing brilliant!"
All in all, Ireland was just as green as promised, with as many cows and sheep as people, who were friendly and warm. They welcomed the tourists (even those from the US) and it was a great place to start this year together.
Next stop: Edinburgh, Scotland, following a 2.5 hour early drive back to Shannon Airport from Dingle.
Phoenix Park is an urban park in Dublin, Ireland, lying 2–4 km west of the city center, north of the River Liffey. Its perimeter wall encloses 1,750 acres, one of the largest walled city parks in Europe.
... the day to see lots of cattle, horses, sheep and some very friendly donkeys. As we progressed along a surfaced road that had been "deteriorated and grassed over to soften for walkers" we came round the bend and were treated to a view of the Inch sandspit and Dingle Bay. We arrived in Anascaul after walking for 4.5 hours and surprised Brian at The Anchor B&B, he didn't expect us for another few hours so he sent us off to explore. Hanafin's Pub ...
... out of the car often and take pictures. I recommend you stop in some stores or cafes along the way.
For dinner, we ate at Bull's Head, which was my very favorite meal in Ireland. The best, most fresh fish, interesting dishes, and wonderful service. A must go.
We listened to some great live music as well. Some recommended pubs: Dick Mack's and O'Flaherty's. But any pub will have great live music, so you cannot go wrong!
... early. Sprint allows me to send text messages from my account for free. I am able to talk to my mom everyday since she is the only one that is up or at leasts wakes up for me to text.
Thus far, we went to Deirdra's Cafe to have lunch. It was an interesting experience. Here, chips are fries and they come with everything. I tried to step outside the box and order the toasted house special and it turned out to ...