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... places to see in the Dingle area...I don't even need a tourist office!
I set up camp, and then went into town to get my food.
On the way back from the shop I began talking to a family who had the most amazing converted van! So much inspiration for later on!
I got back to the kitchen in the hostel part of the campsite, and only one thing caught my eye.
A green jumper.
What a night this is going to be!!
We woke to another splendid morning. Warm and sunny. After a leisurely start to the day we all decided to walk around the corner to see the Gallarus Oratory. It is a structure which looks a bit like an upturned boat, and in fact is a miniature church. It was constructed between the 6th and 9th centuries and is the best preserved early Christian Church in Ireland. We then ...
... to go slow - to rest, recover and to refocus.
We tour the Dingle Peninsula that offers the most breathtaking seascapes bounded by sheer and rugged cliffs with green farming land criss-crossed with ancient stone walls.
It is heavily rural with narrow winding roads edged with masses of greenery, red flowering fuchsias and ...
... goods, bliss. I eked out my last euros for a lunch picnic in the harbour, found a bank and then on the way back bumped into Linda, who Patrick and I had met when we first arrived at the hostel. I already knew she was a 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, *****ing, Guinness, ...
... water and then squirting to it. We got to see a couple a grey nurse sharks (apparently also called sandtigers), a loggerhead turtle, sting rays, piranhas, spider crabs (which were the subject of a school project Liam did recently), penguins, and lots of different types of fish including a silver arowana (adapted to skim under the surface of the water with its fins underneath its body). Liam was fascinated with one particularly small friendly stingray in a tank ...