Travel Blogs from Dingle, Ireland

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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, ...

A day in Dingle Town, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

A day in Dingle Town

A travel blog entry by carollhartline

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... for me.  I got a cheddar type that is aged 2 years.  Sharp!!  We also found Murphy's ice cream.  I had Dingle sea salt flavor and caramel honeycomb.  OMG!  The sea salt was great all by itself; had a very subtle flavor. We ...

Last day in Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Last day in Dingle

A travel blog entry by carollhartline

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Today is our last full day in Dingle.  We'll be heading back across the country tomorrow. Today we drove out to Minard Castle.  The Fitzgeralds built this one .  So my ancestors spent at least part of the time there.  It is a ...

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) ...

Ghosts and stone circles, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Ghosts and stone circles

A travel blog entry by carollhartline

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...  Every 7 years he rides his silver shod horse around the lake to see if it's time for him to come back and rule Ireland again.  He also supposedly was a magician whose mother was the goddess Aine.  When he turned himself into a raven and ...

Killarney to Dingle, Annascaul, Ireland, Ireland travel blog

Killarney to Dingle

A travel blog entry by aussiegirl83

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The Dingle Peninsula...and Funghi!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Dingle Peninsula...and Funghi!

A travel blog entry by jentimemilyadah

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... day of shell collecting, and some pretty fabulous weather. Again, so sorry to buck the stereotype of shitty weather in Ireland! - Riding Funghi, the Dingle Bay pet dolphin.  No, not the real one, but the bronze one in the harbor.  No actual ...

Ring of Kerry to Cork to Dingle Bay, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Ring of Kerry to Cork to Dingle Bay

A travel blog entry by craggles

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Visit Ring of Kerry yesterday Stayed overnight in Corke Travelled today to Dingle ...

Walking Tour update, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Walking Tour update

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick

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... all that means is there is lots of mucky, squishy, I don't want to think about what I'm walking through, mud...now I know why Ireland is so green, lots of fertilizer. It was the first time that day we ran into two other hikers, I really was ...

The leprecons made me do it!, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

The leprecons made me do it!

A travel blog entry by gfunk576

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    First I would like to start by saying thanks to everyone who has been reading this blog.  I really appreciate the fact that everyone is getting to enjoy it and share in this wonderful experience we are having in this ...

Beehive huts, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Beehive huts

A travel blog entry by raymondc

Kit: Today we drove around the Dingle Peninsula and got lost. Dylan: We drove along cliffs and saw some prehistoric beehive huts. Beehive huts are huts made of stone and are shaped like beehives. We drove through the Conner Pass which is on Brandon ...

Slea Head drive, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Slea Head drive

A travel blog entry by carollhartline

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Tonight I'm blogging from the comfort of the sitting room recliner!  First off the bad news.  I called the eco tours folks this morning to schedule my whale watching trip, only to find out the sea swell is so bad they won't be going out before ...

Mount Brandon 952m, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Mount Brandon 952m

A travel blog entry by annandecontour

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We tackled this as a warm-up to Carrantouhil. Steep anough ascent but nice underfoot and the crosses dotted along the way help the motivation "this is the second last one..." Unfortunately the clouds closed in just as we reached the top and we only ...

Second half of the Dingle Way, Castlegregory, Ireland travel blog

Second half of the Dingle Way

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick

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... I could just imagine a lonely soldier fighting to stay awake, hoping to get home to his family.  What can I say, being in Ireland wakes up my imagination.  As we trudged along the road ready for a shower and a meal we saw a sign directing us ...

Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle

A travel blog entry by paulandashe

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... after our sensory overload day of driving so just had a lovely pub meal (seafood of course as we were in the heart of Ireland's seafood district) and reminisced on the days adventures and had an early night, ready for what the next day would bring ...

Dingle Peninsula of Ireland, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula of Ireland

A travel blog entry by rickandluann

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... to the famine ship museum in New Ross inspired him to learn more about the Great Potato Famine that ravaged Ireland between 1845 and 1849. On the Dingle Peninsula we stopped at a museum of sorts, a thatched cottage ruin abandoned during the famine. We ...

Ireland - Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Ireland - Dingle

A travel blog entry by digbyrose

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We fly to Kerry and pick up a hire car.    Dingle is a delight and thankfully our accommodation is a modern gem away from the tourist drag at the port. We are in the old and authentic main street with multi-coloured facades, pub upon pub and ...

Dingle - Distinguishably Divine, Annascaul, Ireland travel blog

Dingle - Distinguishably Divine

A travel blog entry by jkloewen

This is a top pick!
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... for their vacation. It is beautiful, close, and they can get cheap flights. We also met a Kiwi couple who were going around Ireland playing music at different pubs. One night they teamed up with Martin, a French violinist, and played at a local pub in ...

Ireland's West Coast, Westport- Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Ireland's West Coast

A travel blog entry by jen-daire

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Daire and I went on a little road trip through the West Coast of Ireland- below are some pics :) ...

Driving to Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Driving to Dingle

A travel blog entry by shockergram

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... warm sunny day, we have been spoiled with beautiful weather.   The Southwest portion of Ireland is mountainous. Today our destination was the Dingle Peninsula. Another area of fantastic scenery and deep medieval history. I doubt there is an area in ...

Serendipity, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Serendipity

A travel blog entry by nothingfancy2

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... the horizons extend in front and to your sides, it can feel enormous and indeed Connor Hill pass between Tralee and Dingle couldn't be captured with my wide angle lens today. From Dingle we took the Slea Head drive - prehistoric beehive ...

yes we got lost, Ballydavid, Ireland travel blog

yes we got lost

A travel blog entry by leisa-stephen-b

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A day of wandering country roads following a map randomly. Ballydavid was tricky to find. Not on any maps but a treasure once we actually tracked it down. We are in the middle of no where. Looking forward to amazing walks to who knows where tomorrow. ...

perfect day, Ballydavid, Ireland travel blog

perfect day

A travel blog entry by leisa-stephen-b

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... find our B & B and we were tired and lost. Today the sun has shone (except for a couple of showers- we are in Ireland) we are in the most hospitable B & B and have just been on the best walk. A perfect day. Loving the cooked breakfasts every ...

Jigs, Reels, and Ditties in Dingle, Ballyferriter, Ireland travel blog

Jigs, Reels, and Ditties in Dingle

A travel blog entry by robin512

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The second stop on our trip is county Kerry, specifically the Dingle peninsula.  We are in the heart of Irish traditional music, more beautiful scenery and a place where the old Irish language is still.    spoken. All the signs are in ...

Ireland Part 2 - Dingle...as in the Peninsula, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Ireland Part 2 - Dingle...as in the Peninsula

A travel blog entry by jeffnsara

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Bidding adieu to Galway, we drove south toward the Dingle Peninsula. There are a four 'fingers' in southwest Ireland that are peninsulas jutting out into the Atlantic. Dingle is the first of the four. We didn't have a decent guide book to follow so we ...

5 days in Ireland and still no Leprechaun in sight, Annascaul, Ireland travel blog

5 days in Ireland and still no Leprechaun in sight

A travel blog entry by emmafox

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After leaving Galway this morning we stopped off in County Clare to see Poulnabrone - Ireland's Stonehenge. I was interested more so in the stone fences that lined the roads and zigzagged through the hills and paddocks. The rocks are not assembled in a ...

Living on the Edge, Ardamore,  Ireland travel blog

Living on the Edge

A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi

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... guidebook gave us a choice between a couple kilometers or so of inland road-walking or an alternate route promising "some of Ireland's finest coastal walking with cliffs of steeply angled rock slabs," we took the scenic option. The book's description was ...

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