Torann Na Dtonn
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... weather in Ireland!
- Riding Funghi, the Dingle Bay pet dolphin. No, not the real one, but the bronze one in the harbor. No actual sightings either, but I think the girls were more impressed with the riding.
- Another fish and chips dinner at the Marina Inn, a nice Dingle pub. Free chocosticks for the ...
... National Park.
As we drive Chris abruptly cries out, "Ouch!" Something just hit my hand." Elizabeth doesn't see anything and then she looks down under his feet and there's a bumblebee stunned and barely moving on its back. We find a spot to pull over and Chris gets it out of the car, with the boys only thinking it was a bug. That is the second bumblebee that has flown into the car today!
Connor Pass is incredible! From the peak you have 360 degree views of ...
... rock climbing (after finding out the night before we couldn't surf). Saw July 4th sheep along the way. Only to find out that, because of the rain, the ropes course was closed - and the indoor rock climbing wasn't worth it, infested by kids and parents. So we trekked back the mile to a crazy golf course that we had alllll to ourselves. The weather turned out in our favor, allowing me to stomp Lynn by four or five strokes, with three hole in ones on my end. Victory ...
... owner. She told us all about the town of Dingle, and she loved talking about Fungi, the wild dolphin that has lived in the harbor for almost 40 years now. He goes into hibernation in the winter at the floor of the harbor. In the summer months small boats bring tourists out into the harbor and the dolphin races the boats and jumps over them. He loves the attention! The people of Dingle seem to think that ...
... checked in, and headed to put our stuff in the room. The room was quite nice- there were two beds (one big and one small), a small flat screen television and a good sized bathroom. We went looking for the thermostat and were amused to find that it was a turn knob on an old fashioned air vent. The receptionist only had suggested things a bit expensive, so I did some research on good pub food. We then walked down by the water and took some pictures (I took a picture with a ...