An Bothar Pub and Guesthouse
Travel Blogs from Dingle
... owner. She told us all about the town of Dingle, and she loved talking about Fungi, the wild dolphin that has lived in the harbor for almost 40 years now. He goes into hibernation in the winter at the floor of the harbor. In the summer months small boats bring tourists out into the harbor and the dolphin races the boats and jumps over them. He loves the attention! The people of Dingle seem to think that ...
... one of over 100 around Dingle. We also saw an early 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 also student teaching at a local elementary school. Sean is enrolled at Hibernia College, which offers a ...
... nice as the sun has finally come out but still very chilly. Take a walk around the rest of the village, very pretty and easy to get around. We have dinner tonight at Paudie's, nothing flash but still nice, the best bit was probably the banoffie pie we shared for dessert, and the most exciting thing to happen is that we saw the sun and blue sky continually for about 5 hours this afternoon / evening. Hoping it lasts for a bit longer, fingers crossed tight ...
... others!), and then called the "Dingle Medical Clinic". For any of you who have possibly watched the BBC series "Doc Martin", think this! A block from our hotel, the medical clinic serves....well, just about anyone! We walked over and sat among the gaelic-speaking locals and waited our turn to visit with Doc Conor Michael Brosnan, a very young, very bright, very darling physician. He gave us some appropriate symptom-addressing medications. We walked another block ...
... inside and to my delight we saw from familiar faces. Four other students from the trip were sitting at the bar. We all snagged a booth in the corner of the pub. It was warm and the smell of fries (I should probably refer to them as chips from on) and lamb shanks and other pleasant aromas mixed together and made me feel comfortable and a little sleepy. I was stuffed from dinner so the idea of ordering something ...
TripAdvisor Reviews An Bothar Pub and Guesthouse Dingle
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