Travel Blogs from Dingle, Ireland

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Ventry Beach, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Ventry Beach

A travel blog entry by monnat07

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... slept in, which was absolutely lovely, and then organized a cab ride out to Ventry Beach on the Dingle Peninsula. Professor Cahill, our only faculty member from Ireland, suggested that we go out and hike the path along the water. Organizing group trips ...

Dancing In Ireland, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dancing In Ireland

A travel blog entry by tiffanytjohnson

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... for granted.  Later on that night we had a farewell Dingle party at TP's pub (TP has been our tour guide while in Dingle).  I tried to be different and dress up a little so I wore heels and everyone had comments about them.  They all ...

Dingle Peninsula, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013

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... the way, Slea Head is worth the drive in itself.   Enroute, we stopped at the Celtic and Prehistoric Museum which has Ireland's only intact Wooly Mammoth skull.  We also saw a stone fort and a preserved village from the potato famine days ...

Day 4- Dingle Ireland and much more, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day 4- Dingle Ireland and much more

A travel blog entry by isaacworld

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... in it. It was inhabited until the early 17th century.  After exiting the Burren  we went to the Archeology Centre of Ireland which is in an area much like New Brunswick's countryside called Dysert O'Dea. The castle there was built in 1490 as a ...

First Amazing Sights of the Day, Connor Pass, Ireland travel blog

First Amazing Sights of the Day

A travel blog entry by ryanhaber

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We had driven in on the N-86, which by our current, relative standards is a very large road indeed (two full lanes, one in each direction, and with a speed limit of about 100 to 120 km/h = 60 to 75 mph when one is out of town limits); consequently, we ...

Dingle Delights, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Delights

A travel blog entry by koreystravels

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... for that challenging bike ride, but the second I went up to my room, I looked at the bed and passed out. Dingle is my favorite place in Ireland so far with it's friendly people, great food, and wonderful sights. I'm very excited to see what else this town ...

Dingle Way - Day 6, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Way - Day 6

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick

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Dunquin to Caus 14.9 miles (18 km). Wet ...

Dingle Peninsula, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by marcusgarfunkel

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... . We may go visit the Blasket islands tomorrow. Anyway, I am getting ahead of myself. Today's activities consisted of a drive around the Dingle Peninsula in the coach. We stopped at a bunch of places along the way. The first stop was called Slea Head. we ...

Day 4 - Killarney to Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day 4 - Killarney to Dingle

A travel blog entry by dawntodero

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... , surfing, etc. We arrived at our B&B and the view was amazing. You can really see why people say Dingle is the most beautiful area in Ireland. We have our own patio and there is even a lantern so you can sit out there at night and listen to the ...

The Real God's Country, Camp And Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Real God's Country

A travel blog entry by awickedtrip.com

... up close. Very beautiful site, once again in the morning.  For beauty and tranquility, Camp is definitely my favorite place in Ireland. I will come back with my grandson someday. I can picture him just running on and on in such a safe haven.  I ...

Kenmare, Ring of Kerry, Macross House, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Kenmare, Ring of Kerry, Macross House

A travel blog entry by marcusgarfunkel

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... was one of them killed by anti treaty followers. He was a young man who was working with the English to form a treaty with Ireland. After that we drove for a while and then took a small restroom break in a town called Macroom. When we arrived at Kenmare ...

"I wish I was a cow"

A travel blog entry by mmcgraw001

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... Ring of Kerry...much less touristy than the actual Ring but just as picturesque) Just what you would imagine the countryside of Ireland to look like. We now all speak Gibberish as our secret language that none of the Europeans will understand although we ...

Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle

A travel blog entry by sandiblogs

Dingle, ...

Beligerent Irish boy, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Beligerent Irish boy

A travel blog entry by amullett

... being ridiculed. Anyway enough about the strange hostel lady. We were invited for dinner with the two girls from Ireland. For those who know nothing about Dingle, it is a tiny fishing town during the winter and a tourist hot spot during the summer. I ...

Corca Dhuibhne, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Corca Dhuibhne

A travel blog entry by sarah0924

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The gaelic name for the Dingle Peninsula is Corca Dhuibhne.  Toured Dingle Bay and saw the resident dolphin Fungi.  Then drove the Slea Head route and saw many sights along the way such as the Gallarus Oratory, some beehive huts (called ...

Long Walks on the Beach, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Long Walks on the Beach

A travel blog entry by bananasplits

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... . This was pretty prototypical Ireland. By this point, we were "unimpressed" by the profusion of old stuff scattered over Ireland. Another quintessential Irish touch that we experienced was a stream that flowed over the road. It was described as "quaint" ...

We went to the western edge of Europe, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

We went to the western edge of Europe

A travel blog entry by karin1234

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... Kinsale. We've been playing with the GPS, Map and guide books to try to determine the fastest way to get there. In Ireland they have M, N and R roads with numbers immediately following. I have nicknamed the R roads as "really narrow and rocky", the N as ...

Day 11, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day 11

A travel blog entry by offsider

Left Ennis bright and early and travelled along the Atlantic coast (spectacular pics to follow) to the town of Dingle. OMG had the most amazing seafood. It was so good I took pics of it:) more driving bought some stuff, ate to much now off to bed. Would ...

Awesome Day!, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Awesome Day!

A travel blog entry by spritzos

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... completed a circle tour called Slea Head Drive.Slea Head is the farthest western point of Europe.  Then we headed north from Dingle across the Peninsula into the mountains.  At the summit, Conor, Pass, we had really magnificent views of the ...

driving on the wrong side, Terrellpass, Ireland travel blog

driving on the wrong side

A travel blog entry by auntie_bev

Our goal was to wind through the Irish country side as much as possible, so after following the interstates out of Dublin, we try to dive off onto smaller roads. At first we kept getting thrown back onto the highway. We finally stopped at this smaller, ...

Day One of Trip-in-a-Trip!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day One of Trip-in-a-Trip!

A travel blog entry by caitlin82

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So, got up early to get going early.  Went to Killarney and stayed the night in Dingle, had to be my favorite places in Ireland so far.  We went through the KIllarney National Park, and it was so beautiful! The mountains and eveything were just ...

The Blarney, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Blarney

A travel blog entry by wwpjstevenson

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... I am waiting for that. We spent the rest of the day winding through sunny second roads to reach CO. Kerry and the Dingle peninuslar - home for the original filming of RYANS DAUGHTER. B&B has superb view over the Dingle Bay and some rather steep hills ...

Road Tripppp!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Road Tripppp!

A travel blog entry by dizzysparkles

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... , a quaint little town and set off to find Staigue Fort, a round fort thought to be built before Christianity arrived in Ireland. We found Loher Fort randomly - another round fort (right on the ocean!!!). I definitely did several little happy dances - ...

Day Two, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day Two

A travel blog entry by loganriddick

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Went to mass 11:30 at St. Mary's by the pier in Dingle. My dad's grandmother went to school here in 1910. Then we took Slea Head Drive out to the Blasket Islands and saw the Gallaris ...

Day One, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Day One

A travel blog entry by loganriddick

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Just landed in Ireland! Left Shannon airport and headed to the Bunratty castle and Blarney woolen mills and then on to the Cliffs of Moher. Then on to Dingle where my great grandmother ...

Rain, beer, and more rain, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Rain, beer, and more rain

A travel blog entry by serengetidude

... really cool farmer's market. We moved on to the Dingle Peninsula, which is supposed to be some of the best scenery in Ireland. The town of Dingle is small, cool, and half full of tourists. We found a good B&B then hit the pubs. We had some excellent ...

Danglin on the Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Danglin on the Dingle

A travel blog entry by uvanmathias

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Cead Mile Failte, that's a gretting in Gaelic. Today we are on the Dingle Peninsula on the West Coast and it's beautiful. Today was the nicest day so far, it was actually hot and there wasn't very much wind. We're staying at a hostel/camp area about ...

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A "short" trip to Dingle

A travel blog entry by njofielding

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... the cider.  We also shared a piece of apple pie which was really interesting.  The crust was sort of cake-like. salads in Ireland are kind of interesting also.  They are mostly garnish with a tad bit of lettuce to sit it on.  I guess ...

Tour de Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Tour de Dingle

A travel blog entry by brianna1026

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... to see this performance.  It was traditional Irish instrument playing, singing and dancing.. along with some story telling about Ireland's history.  It was a beautiful experience.  I'm not ashamed to say I had tears in my eyes during the ...

Ring of Kerry to Dingle Peninsula., Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Ring of Kerry to Dingle Peninsula.

A travel blog entry by narabouts

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... Head Famine Cottages. This is now a visitors centre intended as a memorial to the tragedy of famine which has affected Ireland on many occasions, but especially during the Irish Potato Famine from 1845 to1850. The population of Ireland fell by over two ...

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