Travel Blogs from Dingle, Ireland

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A Tour out The Dingle Pininsula, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

A Tour out The Dingle Pininsula

A travel blog entry by ktowndoyles

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... the boats in Dingle. It was another very picturesque and memorable day of exploring the area. Seeing this very different part of Ireland and the County Kerry was definitely a good recommendation from Owen and John. Mike fired up Peter's charcoal BBQ for ...

Can you play the spoons?, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Can you play the spoons?

A travel blog entry by travelbee

... fish dinner in town (Out of the Blue)  then headed to a pub for some live music.  Despite the rain I still Love Ireland. The next morning we headed out to do a driving tour of the dingle peninsula.  It was full of sheep, little ...

A taste of Ireland, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

A taste of Ireland

A travel blog entry by damnfunkin

... would pass through a small village - usually no more than 5 or 6 houses clinging to the hills as the wind whipped by them. Dingle itself was beautiful too, as you can see from the photos. Steve immediately took us in search of a real quirky pub he had ...

A day for tears, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

A day for tears

A travel blog entry by kupdegra

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... top of the stairs has a TV, coffee and tea station, books, tourist information and discount coupons for most areas in Ireland.  The breakfast room is off the entry, also well decorated. Large windows overlook the adjoining farmland. Choice was that ...

Ring of Kerry, Ballyskelligs, Ireland travel blog

Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by the_tardifs

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... it. At the top of the Ballinskelligs Bay, on the Southwesterly edge of the peninsula, we stopped at a pub that boasted having Ireland's Most Fantastic View, Fog Permitting. Really, could we have passed by such a place on a beautiful sunny blue-sky day? ...

Dingle: Obnoxiously Gorgeous, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle: Obnoxiously Gorgeous

A travel blog entry by bachcj

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... there crosses several fields of sheep and cows. One observation we've made is that you can basically walk anywhere you want in Ireland, and the landowners make it possible to do so. There are stairs over walls, gates, and openings in fences so walkers ...

Dingle (An Daingean). Perfect, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle (An Daingean). Perfect

A travel blog entry by brian.helen

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... peninsular in the Kerry county. The South west has 3 peninsulas of extraordinary scenery; Beara, Kerry, Dingle that are a must for any trip to Ireland. The slightly more touristy area is further south of Dingle around Killarney in the Kerry region. We ...

Sixmilebridge to the Dingle Region, Cloghane, Ireland travel blog

Sixmilebridge to the Dingle Region

A travel blog entry by nansonderun

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... opportunity to look up our family heritage. AJ's family were from Ireland but one side was originally from Scotland and travelled to Ireland as merceneries. CS was shocked to find out one of her family sides was originally from Germany, the other was not ...

Hello from Dingle!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Hello from Dingle!

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler

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Good morning! This is Dave. I have the duty for the blog today. Jean is a little under the weather today with a cold. Well, we left beautiful Kin sale yesterday to discover the Single peninsula. On the way, we stopped at Kil Kare the proud winner of the ...

Cloghane over Connor Pass to Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Cloghane over Connor Pass to Dingle

A travel blog entry by nansonderun

... 't believe something so little can pack such a punch!! A message for TW and MC - we keep finding "Little Bekky's" all around Ireland particularly on the West Coast... all of the children sound like little bekky and we could listen to them for hours... ...

Bawnboy, Bawnboy, United Kingdom travel blog

Bawnboy

A travel blog entry by barbo

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Still in inclement weather we drove to Londonderry also known as Derry.  We were told last night that you reveal your religion depending on what name you call the city.  Derry is from old Irish Doire a reference to the oak grove, whereas ...

'Co latha breith sona dhuibh Donall, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

'Co latha breith sona dhuibh Donall

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler

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... this story is Happy Birthday to Daniel in Gaelic the traditional Irish language. Today we had our first day in Dingle' on the western shore of Ireland. Our day officially began at 830 with a traditional breakfast at the Alpine Inn.  We headed to the ...

Kilarney via Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Kilarney via Dingle

A travel blog entry by nelson_courts

Kilarney via ...

The Banshee, pork sausages and spilled wine, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Banshee, pork sausages and spilled wine

A travel blog entry by kimmykak

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... did run into a stray dog we had seen the day before out the front though. We have seen so many stray border collies in Ireland it is ridiculous! This guy was very friendly but so skinny! So while Witek kept him company I rushed back to the ...

Swimming in warm Atlantic water in Tralee Bay, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Swimming in warm Atlantic water in Tralee Bay

A travel blog entry by melindam

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... them for lunch, and they raved: "They're as good as at home!"  Taking their beds and a kitchen with us allows them to visit Ireland but still be kids--they want things the way they like them. We're off to the Ring of Kerry now--we're going to camp ...

Dingle Town!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Town!

A travel blog entry by thehills

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... ; It's like a model of a fairytale cottage at Disneyland, but real.  It's hard to accept that we're actually IN Ireland, not just some reproduction.  There's a shelf with empty jugs and a bust of JFK above a Guinness stained glass window by ...

Randy and fine & dandy, Annascaul, Ireland travel blog

Randy and fine & dandy

A travel blog entry by sarahimray

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I just want to say up front that I am enjoying Ireland. Immensely. Apparently my prose had indicated a disdain for the place and the people. But the truth couldn't be more different. It's just that it is a hilarious place with a lot to laugh at. Take ...

Dingle Penninsula Loop, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Penninsula Loop

A travel blog entry by thehills

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... , many Irish believe that misfortune will come to anyone who disturbs these raths. These raths are located throughout Ireland." There is a battle going on in Dingle right now, over it's name of all things.  The region is a Gaeltacht, ...

Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle

A travel blog entry by jeronimo

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We made it!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

We made it!

A travel blog entry by tjgarrett3

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... didn't kill us, as evidenced by this posting!  That drive was just spectacular.  Some really breathtaking scenery. We're in Dingle for the rest of today, then tomorrow we're driving around.  It's been rainy, which I guess is typical, so ...

Day Three, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day Three

A travel blog entry by tjgarrett3

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... I went down the road for some Guinness and some local music, which was a blast. We got up this morning and drove the Dingle peninsula...I just don't have the superlatives to tell everyone how beautiful it is.  I posted just a few photos, but I ...

Conor Pass-- the Ireland of dreams, Conor Pass, Ireland travel blog

Conor Pass-- the Ireland of dreams

A travel blog entry by thehills

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... it as the "dramatic, scenic, treacherous" alternative to N-86.  Steves's guide book (our bible) said that the pass was great on clear days for it's views, but it was foggy and still indescribably glorious.  This is why we came to ...

Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle

A travel blog entry by hughrobins

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Dingle, has a nice "ring" to ...

Ireland Week 1, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Ireland Week 1

A travel blog entry by messyellen

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... ) but I happily paid it, greatful that my bag arrived at all! I collected a car and headed off on my Irish adventrure. Ireland is as gorgeous as I expected,  wonderful rural narrow roads with dry stone walls on every road and lane.  I spent ...

no blog today, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

no blog today

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler

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We are having technical difficulties. I blew the electric converter and we can't charge anything. We need to buy a new converter. I'll tell u how I broke it in the next blog..I'll title it things you should never do with your converter. Lv u all. ...

Day 2-The Slea Head Loop Dingle Peninsula, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day 2-The Slea Head Loop Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by stellastot

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... a bit apathetic about sideswiping a bush here and there or whacking a side view mirror into its "tucked in" position. Haven't seen a car in Ireland that doesn't have dents and dings all over it. AND, we've finally figured out that even though we have an ...

Dingle Region to Cloghane, Cloghane, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Region to Cloghane

A travel blog entry by nansonderun

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... them from wild animals and cattle robbers. We then travelled a little further and saw the most westerly main land point in Ireland at Slee Head. We also visited the Gallarus Oratory - ancient christian home and church that was built in the shape of an ...

The Dingle Peninsula, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by pedeu

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... morning. We took the north road to Dingle. This peninsula provided us some of the most beautiful landscapes of our Irish journey. A short stop at Dingle, Europe's most westerly town, and back to Tralee to pick up the jacket that Hugo left at the ...

Cycling the Gap of Dunloe, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Cycling the Gap of Dunloe

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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... runner, and now discovered she is quicker than me. Damn! Ego firmly tucked away, then, for now. It seemed natural to share chocolate with her. Johnny doesn't share food. Interesting. Summary: cycle, great, dingle, dangly, beach, bitching, Guinness, ...

It begins for real this time - the west coast, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

It begins for real this time - the west coast

A travel blog entry by vhenschke

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... down it at a time with only a few pass points for traffic coming the other way. We felt like we were experiencing true Ireland now. I guess it may have been difficult to read the map properly as a lot of the little roads (more like laneways really) ...

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