Travel Blogs from Dingle, Ireland

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Mornings of joy to drear afternoons of hard slog, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Mornings of joy to drear afternoons of hard slog

A travel blog entry by perigranati

... .  There's no pub at Lispole to stop for lunch.  Lunch is taken on a bench next to the busy main road to Dingle.  There's still 7 miles to walk to get to Dingle.  How easy it is to lose one's joy as circumstances change.  The ...

The South Pole poses a question, Anascaul, Ireland travel blog

The South Pole poses a question

A travel blog entry by perigranati

Anascaul, Sunday morning Were I at home I would now be putting out the chairs for church in the sports hall where our church community meets.  Last night I was at the South Pole - one of the pubs in Anascaul, so called in memory of Tom Crane, a ...

Ding!  It's Dingle!!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Ding! It's Dingle!!

A travel blog entry by dosqueen

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Our third day of hiking the Dingle Peninsula - we walked about 20 kilometers from Annascaul to Dingle. We left our B&B at about 9:20 and arrived in Dingle at around 4:00. The day started off cloudy but the weather cleared up completely and it became ...

Hitchhiking Bumblebees, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Hitchhiking Bumblebees

A travel blog entry by efrohoff

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... into the park, stopping at Lady's View; so named for Queen Victoria's lady in waiting who remarked the view was "the prettiest in Ireland." It is indeed a magnificent view, but we don't think she saw the Dingle Peninsula. The lakes along the drive seem to ...

West coast peninsulas!  wow..., Dingle, Ireland travel blog

West coast peninsulas! wow...

A travel blog entry by ryancanadian

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... very nice patterns.. if you can view a wide landscape, it is like a quilt laid out. First we stayed in Dingle (which could be my favorite area in Ireland thus far), and then we swung down to the Kerry peninsula (a la Ring of Kerry). In Dingle we all ...

Cliffs of Moher, Anascaul, Ireland travel blog

Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by tinyisgreat

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... feel a little better!  Anyway, I had trout and Chris had ham, with veggies and potatoes.  So yummy.  The west coast of Ireland is known for their tasty fish. Next major stop was the Cliffs of Moher.  I saw these the last time I was in ...

Free Day/Group hill climb up Ballydavid Head, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Free Day/Group hill climb up Ballydavid Head

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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... hiking guide, none other than Sean Pol! Ballydavid Head is on the great Harbour/Bay of Smerwick at the northwest of the Dingle Peninsula. It features spectacular uplifts of jagged peaks that fall abruptly in heights of up to 600‘ into the ocean. ...

Last full Day in Dingle  Sunday, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Last full Day in Dingle Sunday

A travel blog entry by ronandbarb

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... next thing on our agenda was a hike uphill over a saddle between 2 hills and back down into a valley which led back to Dingle.. Another very nice hike with a great view of Dingle and the harbor plus the many fields with sheep and horses. After arriving ...

Back on my Blistered Feet, Dingle and Dunquin, Ireland travel blog

Back on my Blistered Feet

A travel blog entry by dosqueen

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... up with me. It was drizzling still and we both got quite chilled waiting for our ride. When we arrived back in Dingle, our weary, weathered and D.A.M.P. bodies wanted nothing more than hot showers followed by hearty grub. We dined at Paul's again ...

On the road again...., Killarney, United Kingdom travel blog

On the road again....

A travel blog entry by theb

So I managed to successfully negotiate my way out of Northern Ireland (go me) for four sun-filled (yeah right) days in Galway where I spent 75% of the time drunk with a witches hat on my head. Naturally. The other 25% I wandered on down to the Cliffs of ...

Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle

A travel blog entry by bsuarez

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... I had fresh monkfish. But they also had rays, cod and other fresh fresh fresh fish. Gotta love the seafood in Ireland.   And to get to Tralee from Dingle, there's the Connor Pass. It's tall, cloudy and it's one lane both directions in some parts. You ...

Moving On Down the Road, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Moving On Down the Road

A travel blog entry by rovingwerners

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... but they were closed that night. Our hunger sated, we drove on to Dingle, which is our favorite place in Ireland. I think that Dingle is the quintessential Ireland--everything that is associated with Ireland is here, and it’s absolutely beautiful. ...

Dingle Peninsula Tour, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula Tour

A travel blog entry by neason

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... very lucky with the weather) stopping along the way for some photo stops and at dunquin pier, the most easterly point of ireland. it ended back in dingle town where we had lunch in the pub before catching the bus back to tralee to pick up our bags then ...

Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle

A travel blog entry by taramarika

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... and it was soo gorgeous!! What a beautiful place Dingle is!! Indeed. A true little Irish town, anyone who comes to Ireland should really come to Dingle! And Here are some pictures from the concert the other night. What a blast that was!! This trip is ...

Sunny and Scantily clad in a graveyard, Castlegregory, Ireland travel blog

Sunny and Scantily clad in a graveyard

A travel blog entry by dosqueen

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... on ´er! Our meal there was one of the highlights of our entire week of walking. Truly breathtaking! We kind of lost track of the Dingle Way after this so we just carried on walking the coastline until we reached a Water Park a couple of miles out of ...

Train to Dublin/City Tour, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Train to Dublin/City Tour

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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... -lined avenues, and since the seventeenth century has been home to a herd of wild Fallow deer. The residence of the President of Ireland, Áras an Uachtaráin, built in 1754, The Dublin Zoo is one of Dublin's main attractions. It houses more than 700 ...

Knocklamena, Co. Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Knocklamena

A travel blog entry by ckaczma

More to come soon. Sorry for the ...

A Majestic Journey to Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

A Majestic Journey to Dingle

A travel blog entry by thegordongirls

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... process. We are similar to an Irish sponge, absorbing it all...Over the mountain drops you right into lovely harbor village of Dingle, Ireland. Again a sight short of words to describe it. We checked into our B&B, The Castlewood House...much like a ...

Streams of living water, Anascaul, Ireland travel blog

Streams of living water

A travel blog entry by perigranati

... Answer has said that he wants to make us like well watered gardens. This abundant, fragrant life I see in this microcosm of Ireland speaks to me of the life that The Source wants us to have.  His desire is that life giving water flows from ...

The moste beautiful day!, Dunquin, Ireland travel blog

The moste beautiful day!

A travel blog entry by rachaelandtrish

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We are off again on the back roads of Ireland this time we are going to Dunquin which is the western most tip of Ireland. On our way there we stopped at the Cliffs of Mohr which have outstanding views and are also more notiably the cliffs that were in the ...

Kellarney, Kellarney, Ireland travel blog

Kellarney

A travel blog entry by lenabena

... the beach and finding shells...eating at a great little seafood establishment right on the beach...the cute little boutique of screen printed celtic shirts and things... It is laid back and comfortable, people are nice...I HIGHLY recommend ...

Dingle Peninsula, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by ckaczma

Soon to ...

Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle

A travel blog entry by taramarika

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... the left side of the road, having three pairs of eyes helped, but driving at night we came across less cars to worry about!   Dingle is a great little place on the coast. I love it here. What a wonderful time i am having. Almost makes me not want to ...

It began with a bang! - ended with a thud!, Ireland, Ireland travel blog

It began with a bang! - ended with a thud!

A travel blog entry by cowtowncolleen

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... , honestly I have never ever ever had a shit time in Killarney, despite it being one of the most nauseatingly tourist towns in Ireland, but hell we were spending Christmas in Killarney, a song I never ever heard until we reached Cork. We spent the day in ...

THE  DINGLE  PENINSULA -  IRELAND  -Videos, THE DINGLE, Ireland travel blog

THE DINGLE PENINSULA - IRELAND -Videos

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot

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... !!!!!! The clue is that 4 days are enough in the city. 6 is too much, especially if you cannot have other day trips. - We could have visited another part of Ireland instead of spending 6 days there. The experience, and photos taken are great ...

Hardest Day of our Life, Dunquin, Ireland travel blog

Hardest Day of our Life

A travel blog entry by rachaelandtrish

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Today was the coolest day in my opinion of all the days we have been here. Today we visited number two of my top three. Today we did something that when it is all said and done we did something truly amazing. Now let this be said, before I tell the ...

Hitchhiking is called Autostop here, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Hitchhiking is called Autostop here

A travel blog entry by mdaa

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... or start the long bus ride up to Northern Ireland. We're not sure yet. Either way, tomorrow we'll be in Northern Ireland, at the Giant's Causeway then eventually to Belfast. Yesterday we had an awesome day in Killarney. We rented bicycles and went on a ...

Dingle Peninsula exploration!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula exploration!

A travel blog entry by pyres

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... took a ferry across a bay to Dingle County and Dingle Peninsula. We took a narrow and winding mountain road to the town of Dingle (very original, yes) and then made a circle around the tip of the peninsula. Some of the highlights of the trip ...

Lip's as hard as a rock!, Annascaul, Ireland travel blog

Lip's as hard as a rock!

A travel blog entry by markturner

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... back in the car and managed to get ourselves some lunch before heading back onto the road to head to Dingle. It is actually quite hard to find anywhere in Ireland, most places don’t really have street names or numbers, its more just, the name of the ...

Dingle Peninsula Archeology Tour, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula Archeology Tour

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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... sundial. We returned for an afternoon class session from 1:30 - 4:30. We had an interesting discussion about teacher training in Ireland and the US. Our speaker was Sean O'Shea who is currently a student in a teacher certification program.  He is ...

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