Travel Blogs from Dingle, Ireland

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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 ...

Dangaen (Dingle), Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dangaen (Dingle)

A travel blog entry by metzger

... . Everyone puts down at least 4 pints it seems. The weather was horrible, but what do you expect, im in freggin Ireland. The largest tourist attraction is a sociopath loner dolphin named funghi in Dingle harbour. I could feel the danger from this killer ...

Our day in Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Our day in Dingle

A travel blog entry by indygg

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... literally took my breath away. It was GORGEOUS! Lots of "oohs" and "ahs" along the drive! The waves were huge! Arriving in Dingle: it's in a bay with calm waters. We first stopped at the Gallarus Oratory, a 7th century church on the hills of Dingle. It ...

Trip to 2 teacher school, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Trip to 2 teacher school

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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... so John, Enda, and I decided to climb Sliabh an Iolair or Mount Eagle, one of the great coastal hillwalks on Ireland’s Atlantic seaboard.   It’s vast panoramas of the Atlantic bays of the region, local headlands, mountains and ...

Dingle bells, dingle bells..dingle all the way!!!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle bells, dingle bells..dingle all the way!!!

A travel blog entry by sobby

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... on the wrong side of the road...that would have been messy if Sare and I drove!!)...we drove across the southern parts of Ireland to the Dingle Peninsula...on our way we stopped at Klarney and did a 3 hour hike through the woods and around the lake...it ...

Fiddledeedee!!!, Annascaul, Ireland travel blog

Fiddledeedee!!!

A travel blog entry by markturner

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We packed up our bags into the Volvo and managed to squeeze ourselves and headed on the road to Doolin, home of Cliffs of Moher. We had to go via the ferry which is a great shortcut, taking nearly an hour of the drive! It was a super windy day but the ...

Cliffs of Moher & Dingle Peninsula, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Cliffs of Moher & Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by katieandrod

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... cleared! and then we headed through County Clare and Limerick and into County  Kerry, first stop Tralee.  Then on to the Dingle Peninusla where mum was dying to see.  We came across an old fort and some famine huts and the mist was starting ...

Hearts and Minds..., Atlantic Ocean - International Waters, Greenland travel blog

Hearts and Minds...

A travel blog entry by galavanttravel

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We have been at sea since we left Bermuda 5 days ago, so there's really not much to report other than....the past few days have been a whirlwind. Shows, eating, trivia, renewing our wedding vows, black and white formal ball. As days at sea go, not just ...

New Year's Day, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

New Year's Day

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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... about 20 miles from Dingle. Brother Sean O'Hern led the group to an example of a "Holy Well". These sites are found throughout Ireland and were thought of as portals to the next life. We found the St. John the Baptist holy well and followed the ancient ...

A little Dingle goes a long way...but I could alwa, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

A little Dingle goes a long way...but I could alwa

A travel blog entry by brandonandryan

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... drive and saw some truly memorable views. We took tons of pictures there. In the afternoon, I bought a wool sweater...who goes to Ireland without buying one! And we had some lovely ice cream made in the town. While at the shop and while I waited for Ryan ...

Day 2 : Ring of Kerry and Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day 2 : Ring of Kerry and Dingle

A travel blog entry by adisyl

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... except rain oh well, you win some you lose some slow going again, very slow, narrow little roads, heavy rain we get into Dingle mid-afternoon, checked into th Quayside Inn, right in town, good location and we did sme shopping, looked around, cool little ...

Dingle Peninsula, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by melvic

... we drove around the Peninsula, more really stunning scenery, apparently the area has the highest concentration of prehistoric sites in all of Ireland if not the world. I think we have seen our fair share of rocks now though, they all look the same. Good ...

A Day in the Town of Dingle, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

A Day in the Town of Dingle

A travel blog entry by efrohoff

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... mountains replace the hills, rocky outcroppings and rugged looking hillsides, with bright emerald green bushes and grasses. I didn't think Ireland could get greener but I was wrong. Hydrangeas and fuchsias grow like weeds. There make hedges and grow as ...

Fungie and Friends, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Fungie and Friends

A travel blog entry by marjorie

... the church wall, as I recall). I thought these guys might have been organising the lights or the tickets but no...this is Ireland and they were the two performers: Tim Edley and Seamus Begley. The concert was amazing - both are superb musicians. We ...

Dingle Dangle, Annascaul, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Dangle

A travel blog entry by markturner

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... up with the Rogers group for some Tea and Scones. It was a lovely morning filled with laughter and comparing notes on Ireland. We decided afterwards that we all needed new rain jackets so everyone ended choosing their favourite colours and trying on every ...

Paddy Wagon Day III, Clonmacnoise, Ireland travel blog

Paddy Wagon Day III

A travel blog entry by tmarooch

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... (the Irish Cluain Mhic Nos) is an ancient ecclesiastical site, situated south of Athlone, near the centre of Ireland. Its location contributed to its development as a major centre of religion, learning, trade, craftsmanship and political influence. ...

And where is all the rain?, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

And where is all the rain?

A travel blog entry by vanderkansie

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... one. Another great stop. One of my missions for the days was to collect photos for a collage that I will call the colors of Ireland. We made great progress on this and you will never to guess the beautiful colors of the houses. I know that my daughters ...

Fuschia is the colour of the day, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Fuschia is the colour of the day

A travel blog entry by perigranati

... walk to where we will stop at night.  It will be 100 miles or so, before we take to motorised transport again.  We on the Dingle Way (or is it 'we are in the Dingle Way?'). Is the Dingle Way a state of mind or a place? Blow me down, there ...

Shannon to Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Shannon to Dingle

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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... into their cottages and then the faculty were dropped off at our rooms in a downtown b&b. Got settled in and walked around Dingle. Had lunch with Sean Pol and Lenka at the Garden Cafe. Cute little village. It's a tourist town that features many pubs ...

Full day of class, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Full day of class

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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... at the Dingle Bay Hotel. At dinner we were joined by Dr Petillo, Dean Carey, Asst dean Jerry Reed and the owner of the Dingle Aquarium at the Boatyard Restaurant. We took a full group shot outside after dinner.  Stopped off at John Benny's on the ...

Paddy Wagon Tours - Day 4, Anascaul, Ireland travel blog

Paddy Wagon Tours - Day 4

A travel blog entry by colin_tameka

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Visit to local elementary school and Presentations, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Visit to local elementary school and Presentations

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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... has 100 students and 8 teachers. It is coed for K-1 and above that girls only. The boys go to another school in Dingle. We met the principal, Murt Moriarty and he showed us around while describing his school. This school is also an Irish speaking school ...

Dingle and Ring of Kerry, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle and Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by amerikiwi

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2nd Sunday in Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

2nd Sunday in Dingle

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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This week at St Mary's Sunday mass we had two surprises: there was a casket in church for a funeral mass (at the conclusion of mass, the casket was carried out the traditional way- on the pallbearers shoulders) and we had a surprise visitor at mass, Dr ...

The Ring of Kerry (Iveragh Peninsula), Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Ring of Kerry (Iveragh Peninsula)

A travel blog entry by travelbee

... Walk before leaving for Dingle.  On the way to Dingle is the Iveragh Peninsula and perhaps the largest tourist attraction in Ireland, the Ring of Kerry.  It's a winding coastal road that goes up and down the mountainside with lakes, rock ...

Great music, gorgeous scenery, friendly people, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Great music, gorgeous scenery, friendly people

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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... and they rotted in the ground. As a result between 1.1 and 1.5 million people starved or died of related illnesses. Ireland was still producing enough wheat, barely, and root vegetable crops to feed everyone, but the English landlords would ship these ...

Dissapointed Ring but thrilled with the Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dissapointed Ring but thrilled with the Dingle

A travel blog entry by kupdegra

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... taking my breath away. The advantage of R568 is NO BUSES! We pass near the Macgillucuddy's Reeks which includes Ireland's highest mountain, Carrauntoohil at1038 feet. These "mountains" are a cross between miniature Colorado Rockies and Shenandoahs. The ...

Couple more days to go on the Tour!!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Couple more days to go on the Tour!!

A travel blog entry by mike81

So we left Galway and headed to the West of Ireland. Weather update.... well it hasn't stopped raining yet but i guess it is all part of the experience of Ireland. You can't expect much more then that. The funny part is that the rain will come for like ...

My boots aren't made for walking!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

My boots aren't made for walking!

A travel blog entry by mountainmari

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I'm alive and safe!  Don't let the map fool you.  I've walked to Dingle from Tralee (about 60km)... over 3 days... carrying my 55L backpack.  I've done 3 days of the Dingle Way and today am taking a break in the bustling tourist trap known ...

Thelma and Louise, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Thelma and Louise

A travel blog entry by cowtowncolleen

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... about the Kerryman, who is still living and still has his kneecaps, to my chagrin)and invited Rachel along to Dingle on the West Coast of Ireland. The trip down was pretty uneventful, but I think I heard "OH MY GOD!!!!!!" Several thousand times as we ...

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