An Bothar Pub and Guesthouse
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... where we had the tastiest lunch. Edging the roads and in the fields you can see the vivid carmine of wild fushia and the intermittent splashes of purple from the foxgloves, reminds me of my mum, she loved growing both these. Then back to Dingle, I was thinking a nice afternoon nap, but Steve had other ideas. We headed for the drive to Conor Pass, which I had read was not for the faint hearted. Being the wimp I am I ...
... accents. They were giggling and acting silly and taking photos. We realized that they were trying to get the handsome Irish lad who worked there into the background of their photos -- and maybe the foreground too! When he wasn't looking they would turn their heads to watch him walk by and then giggle some more.
Inside the shop, a customer named Maureen and a clerk named Kathleen were laughing and talking sometimes in English and sometimes in Irish. They were laughing and ...
... be closed by a single slab. Due to their resemblance to beehives, such structures are commonly referred to as beehive huts. They are usually circular in plan, but oval. D-shaped, rectangular and irregularly-shaped examples occur and they range from c. 2m to c. 8m in diameter. Those huts which survive intact range from c. 1.6 to c. 4m in height internally.
The doorways are simple, rectangular, lintelled openings, sometimes splayed and often ...
... pub in any country.
We continue to drive the Dingle Peninsula loop tour (narrated by Rick Steves) and fall in love with the landscape. The fact that it was an unusually sunny day may have helped but the off-shore islands and the zig-zaggy coastline made for great photo-ops. Climbing over stone fences, barbed-wire and dodging the sheep, we hiked to the top of a hill and breathed ...
... for it." A wonderful guide, kayaked with a great D.C. family, Fungi the dolphin, sea cave excursions, double rainbows in the sky...too corny to be true. But it was a blast. Lynn screaming in the cave, us squabbling over the tough maneuvering of a double kayak, beautiful weather. An unreal experience.
We grabbed a quick hot shower back at the hostel after a cold walk back. Naturally, we went to get a celabratory Bailey's hot chocolate. We chatted with a ...
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