Travel Blogs from Dingle, Ireland

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Day 110 - To kiss the old Blarney Stone..., Annascaul, Ireland travel blog

Day 110 - To kiss the old Blarney Stone...

A travel blog entry by kiwiholly

... was an unforgettable experience. Leaving the rustic charm of our horse and cart we hopped back into the Volvo and continued on to Dingle. Our accommodation was just outside of Dingle in a very small town called Annascaul. After settling in to the BnB, we ...

Day 111 - Dingle Dangle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day 111 - Dingle Dangle

A travel blog entry by kiwiholly

... with the Rogers. We met them for a morning tea of coffees and scones at a quaint little café off the main street of Dingle. Afterwards the Rogers headed off to explore the Dingle Peninsula. Deciding this sounded like a good idea, we grabbed a map from ...

A quiet one today, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

A quiet one today

A travel blog entry by michele_6169

The weather has been really average, really grey so not many photos. We spent the day driving and enjoying the beautiful scenery. Not really much to say except we met one of Ron's facebook friends, Francie. It was an interesting experience. We met ...

Glengarriff to Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Glengarriff to Dingle

A travel blog entry by scottmclean

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... to Dingle. The roads are a wee bit scary along they way with small lanes and crazy drivers, but we arrived safely in beautiful Dingle. Bekah even managed to stay on the left side of the road. The weather is amazing here today and we have not ...

The Real Focking Ireland by Bus: Part 2, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

The Real Focking Ireland by Bus: Part 2

A travel blog entry by focksy

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... stop was Inch Beach which was quite pretty. We had great sunny weather this day which made for great photographs! Trevor Drew Ireland in the sand and a shamrock--but we all agreed his shamrock looked more like a cauliflower. He's working on his skills. ...

The Craic House, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Craic House

A travel blog entry by tiffanytjohnson

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... .  I went to the grocery store here twice to get food because we all know that I am pretty cheap.  I am going to experience Dingle, but I do not think that I have to spend money on every meal.  First, on our way to Dingle we stopped in a ...

In Search of the Black Sheep, Anascaul,  Ireland travel blog

In Search of the Black Sheep

A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi

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Wednesday morning began with breakfast at the Finglas House (beans and toast, which is a very common dish here in Ireland), from the dining room overlooking Tralee Bay. After packing up our gear, we headed back to the trail, walking up a steep hill and ...

Touring Around Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Touring Around Dingle

A travel blog entry by terry.graue.9

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... such as 'Gallarus Oratory' in County Kerry, may derive from beehive huts. Constructed c.700 – c.800 AD, by Ireland's early monastic Christians, Gallarus Oratory remains in near perfect condition to this day. The Fahan Beehive Huts, also known as ...

Nobody said it would be easy..., Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Nobody said it would be easy...

A travel blog entry by elisphotos

The destination:  Dingle Peninsula. The accomodation:  The Grape Vine Hostel The activity:  12 mile bike ride around the pennisula The outcome:  quads that could kill...and memories that will never ...

Mountain road...round two, on to Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Mountain road...round two, on to Dingle

A travel blog entry by deebs

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... and spent 90,000 pounds doing renovations for the visit.  They then went bankrupt!  From there we drove pretty much straight to Dingle and arrived at our B&B at 3:30, so we checked in and then drove the Slea Head loop around the west end ...

Daytime: Just a little drive in the countryside!!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Daytime: Just a little drive in the countryside!!

A travel blog entry by bevin

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Relaxed morning, coffee and tea after breakfast in the sitting room overlooking Dingle Bay then off for a walkabout the town.  Raining today! (but just until noon!) so popped into one or two shops, trying to decide whether to buy Tshirts for the kids ...

Misty, rainy, sunny, last day in Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Misty, rainy, sunny, last day in Dingle

A travel blog entry by bevin

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... the old stones, on a pendant with a gold Celtic triad.  "By having your name inscribed on Ogham, you share a piece of Ireland's history as 2000 years later, this script is still being used". Drove up the back road through Connor Pass - oh my ...

Loving this country and it's people, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Loving this country and it's people

A travel blog entry by nonnaclaire

... from 400AD) we r so lucky to be able to see these places, and walk around and explore them.....there are many here in Ireland, And the history behind them is mind boggling..... wandered around the shops, had a drink or two, chatted with the locals, Merv ...

Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle

A travel blog entry by -sebastien-

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Dingle, petite ville sur la côte ouest de ...

Croagh Patrick, Mayo, Ireland travel blog

Croagh Patrick

A travel blog entry by doshaughnessy

On Monday, we climbed a mountain. Yeah, we climbed Croagh Patrick, a site for pigrimages, located out West near the town of Westport. At first, when we heard we were climbing a mountain, I thought, oh it can't be like a really hard climb or anything, ...

We're Married!, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

We're Married!

A travel blog entry by longandshort

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... song in 20 years." I felt so validated becasue not only did I know an authentic Irish song, but it was a classic too!     So, in conclusion, damn you Rick Steves for always being right. "Dingle dreams." Makes sense now.     ...

Day 17 - Dingle Day, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day 17 - Dingle Day

A travel blog entry by britt.mark

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... get. I have to admit I didn't even photograph it. Ended the day with lots of free time (even a washing machine experience) in Dingle.   It is an excellent town. County Kerry is notable for at least 2 things. They have found that house paint ...

Feet, knees, back... all shot, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Feet, knees, back... all shot

A travel blog entry by transendze

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Quick brief of the Hike: Killarney to Black Valley (16 miles), Black Valley to Glenncar (11 miles), Glenncar to Glenbeigh (11 miles).  Holy crap thats 38 miles!  Without a doubt the hardest hiking of my entire life.  Everyone was crying ...

Day 5 - Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Day 5 - Dingle

A travel blog entry by dawntodero

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... so we talked them in to doing the Gap of Dunloe tour. After dinner, we ran in to someone Bryan knew on a random street in Dingle. She was a substitute librarian at Colts Neck Library, and we ran in to her in front of the Dingle Library, of all places. We ...

Family Visit  4/17-4/25, Dingle; Limerick; Galway; Adare; Shannnon, Ireland travel blog

Family Visit 4/17-4/25

A travel blog entry by cassiekoch

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4/17: Family arrived today! After a total of 11 hours of delays, they finally made it to Ireland.  I met them at the airport and went to the hotel with them.  They got settled into the hotel in Limerick, and then we went to my house for ...

The Ring of Dingle - Captivating, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Ring of Dingle - Captivating

A travel blog entry by dsmcc

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... off. I would never recommend it. The view from our room was very nice though. After breakfast we spent the day exploring Dingle village, the quay (pronounced key) and the rest of the peninsula. The village is very colorful and bustling with tourists and ...

feel your own mortality and embrace it, Sloe Head, Ireland travel blog

feel your own mortality and embrace it

A travel blog entry by noodlettenz

then take off your glasses incase it ...

It's gonna be hard to top this, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

It's gonna be hard to top this

A travel blog entry by zolina

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... , one was about 30 feet high at one end. Beautiful setting. 3.       Drove 2 hours to Dingle, on another peninsula. Arrived at the Pax House. Incredible views of Dingle Harbor and the green countryside lined with hedge rows. ...

O'Connor Reunion, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

O'Connor Reunion

A travel blog entry by sarah0924

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Finished up the sights on Slea Head - monastery ruins and Kilmakedar Church.  Went to O'Connor reception.  Some folks went to the pub for a trad session that night but I went to bed.  My sinuses are still bothering me! ...

Dingle... a Gaelic little village, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle... a Gaelic little village

A travel blog entry by tom_gen

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Dingle was recommend as a must see because of the scenic views of cliffs facing the wild Atlantic Ocean. We arrived after a long drive and checked into our huge old hotel where we were one of about 10 guests. Sunday nights are pretty quiet here, so we ...

West Coast Journey - Co. Kerry, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

West Coast Journey - Co. Kerry

A travel blog entry by justin.cutler

Test ...

Longest travelling day, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Longest travelling day

A travel blog entry by bevin

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... 3:00 pm we finally stopped a funny bigger hotel but great "Toasties" much needed and off again. Fabulous B and B in Dingle - Greenmount House - perfect room on ground level, view of the sea with again, delightful innkeeper's.  Had fab seafood ...

Dingle Way - Day 4, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Way - Day 4

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick

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Day off in Dingle. Time to rest our feet and eat some very good ...

Day 18 Go slowly,

Day 18 Go slowly, "Dul go mall"

A travel blog entry by britt.mark

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... left in 1954. Watching videos of how these people lived was fascinating. The island is called the Galltacht, as are other areas of Ireland, as it has Irish as its first language.  The roads around the peninsula are good except for when they're not. ...

Dingle Peninsula - so pretty!!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula - so pretty!!

A travel blog entry by redwatt

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Today we drove around the Dingle Peninsula, which was much more picturesque than the Ring of Kerry - we really liked it.  On the way we drove through Castlemaine - birthplace of Jack Doolan, the Wild colonial Boy.  On the way TO Dingle we went ...

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