Travel Blogs from Dingle, Ireland

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Bunratty to Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Bunratty to Dingle

A travel blog entry by sarah0924


Took in the Bunratty Folk Park where they have different farm houses from different eras.  Headed through Tralee to Dingle where we found the Wine Strand Cottages.  Ours is called The Galley.  For dinner we went to The Marina Inn where I ...

I've Tried 'Craic', Dingle, Ireland travel blog

I've Tried 'Craic'

A travel blog entry by iristhevirus


... it was a beautiful town to visit and invited me to get off with him. I declined. After some serious travelling I arrived in Dingle late that night. I had to walk pretty far to my hostel and was lost on the road, walking back and forth along the ...

Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog


A travel blog entry by chrisanddot


... window. We finally gave in and rang the doorbell and woke up the night person. After breakfast we started our 30 mile drive around the Dingle peninsula. We had hoped to bike part of it. so glad we drove if first and checked it out. no way would I bike ...

The Great Blasket Island, Dún Chaoin, Ireland travel blog

The Great Blasket Island

A travel blog entry by marcusgarfunkel


... and got on a boat headed for he Great Blasket Island. This island was home to about 200 residents in the early history of Ireland. The last of the villages were moved onto e mainland only about 70 years ago. Now it is uninhabited but the ruins of their ...

Golfing, Dingle, Ireland travel blog


A travel blog entry by oneseanhimself


... studio coveting some fine looking bowls and plates. In the afternoon after lunch, Dermot and Andrew enjoyed 9 holes of golf at the Dingle Links Golf Club. They were joined by Tish and Chris who took a stroll along the coastline and enjoyed a coffee ...

Dec 14, 2012, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dec 14, 2012

A travel blog entry by nachogobet


The Dingle Peninsula:  Slea Head Drive, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Dingle Peninsula: Slea Head Drive

A travel blog entry by pnp53


... and classy way.  there were just a few other people staying here at the time. Today was our day to tour the Dingle Peninsula.  I had mostly prayed for good weather for the Gap and now this , and both days were perfect.  I expected some ...

Paddywagon Dingle, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Paddywagon Dingle

A travel blog entry by jacquihawthorne

French patisserie breakfast while the others went horse riding Dingle peninsula. Very narrow road but some amazing scenery. Maddy went swimming! We saw an island off the coast where only monks lived for century's. Randy Leprechaun karaoke, breaded Brie ...

Blasket Island Trip of a Lifetime, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Blasket Island Trip of a Lifetime

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler


Monday, October 19, 2015. Weather calls for partly sunny skies today however we woke up to an overcast sky. The Dinglebay waters were calm and something told me to contact eco-tours to see if they were having any trips to the Blasket islands. So I got ...

Dingle Peninsula, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013


... 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 ...

Slea Head, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Slea Head

A travel blog entry by wwpjstevenson


DINGLE PENINSULAR  - DAY 9 Prompt start to check out Angelas B&B Breakfast, which set us up nicely for the day. Overcast but patches of sun so we navigate around the Shea Head Drive with a few hundred others including a number of ...

Hello 2010!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Hello 2010!

A travel blog entry by nicole_sparrow


... Island, the Westernmost point on the continental shelf of Europe (or something like that, it is the western most point of the Ireland anyway). We also saw the sleeping giant island, an island that looks like a person lying on their back, and some really ...

Dingle is an awesome deversion, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle is an awesome deversion

A travel blog entry by kellistravels1


... . I found my "home" for the next 4 days and dropped my bag of crap I had hauled from Ft. Worth, Texas to clean across Ireland. Travel TIP: despite the idea you need to dress in layers in this country it does not mean you have to bring them.. ugh.. pack ...

Dingle is nice, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle is nice

A travel blog entry by dennislavin

10/19 - we drove all day from Ballyvaughnan to Dingle - long day - but it was worth it - ...

In Search of Fun(gi), Dingle, Ireland travel blog

In Search of Fun(gi)

A travel blog entry by epicurist


... also features a petting pond where a ray demanded that I give him a massage (I declined). Speaking of massage, the "new" thing in Ireland is a "fish pedicure" - you stick your feet in a tank of water and fish suck the dead skin off.  A young American ...

The Randy Leprechaun, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Randy Leprechaun

A travel blog entry by colleenj


... access....and some naughty faeries! So "The Randy Leprechaun" is the name of the hostel I am staying in at the Dingle Peninsula on the SW coast of Ireland tonight. Sounds like there'll be some mischief doesn't it! Ireland has been good to me so far - ...

Family, Derrymore, Ireland travel blog


A travel blog entry by travelingval


Off in the car with Aunt Kathleen at the helm. Out first stop is Great Aunt Kathleen's for a quick hello. then on the visit the Minogue's in Derrymore, Clare County. We visited with Sean (2 1/2 yrs), Katie (6 months), Thomas (dad) and Joan (mom) Minogue. ...

St Brendan tour, Ventry, Ireland travel blog

St Brendan tour

A travel blog entry by arks-abc


... ancient ruins, mostly relating to St Brendan the Navigator.  A monk who reportedly sailed from the West coast of Ireland to America in a small Leather hulled boat.  He was also pivotal In establishing many Christian establishments in ...

Dingle Way - Day 5, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Way - Day 5

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick


Dingle to Dunquin. 11.1 Miles (19 km). First views of the Atlantic ...

Day 12, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Day 12

A travel blog entry by jilltischer


After breakfast headed off to Derry with a 4 hour drive to Ferry at Kilimer in County Clare Visited The Cliffs of Moher along way. Saw visitors Centre with great movie of the cliffs from a bird's eye view. Then across bay Tarbart in County Kerry. Then ...

DINGLE. tee hee, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

DINGLE. tee hee

A travel blog entry by aeriol

... seeing the sunset on this crazy winding pathway down to the ocean. Looked spectacular. I was beyond excited!!! As we arrive in Dingle the sky looks threatening. Heavy. Rainy. Does this mean we cannot illegally drive into someones field and pitch our tent? ...

bla, Dingle, Ireland travel blog


A travel blog entry by sebcity

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Cheerio, Cheerio, Cheerio!, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Cheerio, Cheerio, Cheerio!

A travel blog entry by longandshort


    First day of the Dingle Peninsula actually began in Dublin. We took the long bus ride into the city centre to our rental car place, and about 5 minutes in, two awesome old quintessentially Irish men got on and sat right behind us. They ...

Kenmare to Dingle via Ring of Kerry, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Kenmare to Dingle via Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by hurricane4815


... The Glen, Ballinskelligs, Ireland Castlewood House (Rick Steves Hotel) The Wood, Dingle, Ireland 52.140797,-10.285589 Great breakfast with bread pudding and cooked ...

Monday 15th February 2016, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Monday 15th February 2016

A travel blog entry by susitravels


... asphalted road leading to the pass.  The drive is inadvisable in bad weather, but considered one of the most beautiful of Ireland.  The scenic road leading to the pass weaves its way around the sharp cliff faces and past high corrie lakes. We ...

Dublin to Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dublin to Dingle

A travel blog entry by fletcherclaytor


We left Dublin in our black Ford Focus around noon. It was the day of the All-Ireland Finals (Cork vs. Meath in Croke Park--Meath would win). It was a sunny day as we listened to Radio Na Gaeltacht and cut across the country through Laois, Tipperary and ...

Quaint Ireland, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Quaint Ireland

A travel blog entry by lavisher


... SO much nicer! Almost as nice as a B&B, minus the breakfast. We've done most of our own cooking here (as Ireland in not about the food!), even though Dingle has the best food of any place we've visited so far. Next day we toodled about town, ducking in ...

Nighttime: BEST night of the trip!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Nighttime: BEST night of the trip!

A travel blog entry by bevin


... 't there on music nights or the music seemed to be created just for tourists.  Well, find one we did in good ol' Dingle!  The evening started with a fabulous meal at John Ashe's Pub.  Two servers/bartenders were run off their feet as many ...

Kinsale to Dingle via Blarney Castle., Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Kinsale to Dingle via Blarney Castle.

A travel blog entry by mausa55


Well today was another early start as we headed off to the small town of Dingle. on the way we went to Blarney Castle where we got to kiss the Blarney stone (were the first for the day) and then it was on to Killarney for a jaunting horse ride around the ...

Making new friends, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Making new friends

A travel blog entry by carlatrine


What does one do when there are sunny skies in Ireland? You start the day by riding horseback down the beach on the Dingle Peninsula. We drove about 15 minutes from the hotel to a little horse farm. I made a new friend who goes by the name of Oreo and he ...

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