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... his life. Seems that a few years prior a cardiologist checked into his B & B. John was driving the Dr. to the marina to swim with "Fungi" & the Dr. said to John, "you do not feel well". No, John did not feel well, but as a retired fishing boat captain he didn't have any health insurance. The Dr. took John to France, operated on him & cared for him for 3 months….today, John is in perfect health.
Jeff and I ...
... at them. It reminds me of all the stuff I have read about Old NYC and English 'society’ and I’m happy I do not have to play in that world. We talk to him for a very long time and the most astounding thing for me is that I can understand him! I think he is the first person I have met from Edinburgh that I have not struggled with his accent. Maybe because he has been in Ireland for so long. But it is soon time for us to go and find ...
... here about 3 km from the mainland. They were inhabited until 1953. This was a hardy bunch of people who worked the land, had livestock and fished the sea. They had their own community and produced many writers of Irish literature. It was a hard life but people didn't seem to mind. The Irish government relocated the last 27 people to the mainland in 1953. This was another very good exhibit with a movie showing the writers of the islands and some of the way ...
... actually the early Celtic people, who were quite short. Shaun sang us songs, and we heard the **** **** **** chicken song. Again. We hear it every day now. We saw the city of Dingle today and it was absolutely adorable. The highlight though by far for me was the pharmacy. Still green at this point, I asked the pharmacist for something that would help the nausea. She gave me something called Motilium and said it will work like a charm. ...
... to start Ring of Kerry at Killorglin and go around to Killarney as we then intend mooving onto Blarney and Cork. Tralee was bit out of the way so we settled on the little village of Castlemaine.
This is the village where the infamous Australian bushranger, Jack Duggan was born and lived until he immigrated to Australia at the age of 16. The song about him refers to this Castlemaine and not our Castlemaine in Victoria.
Other places to stay in Dingle
Upper John St, Dingle | Hotelfrom $66
- A Must Stay When In Dingle
- Commanding view and enthusiastic host
- Fantastic place to stay
Upper John Street, Dingle | Hotelfrom $107
- Wonderful B&B with fabulous breakfasts
- The best in Dingle
- Rick Steves is dead on
The Wood, Dingle | Hotelfrom $116
Mail Road, Dingle | Hotelfrom $116
An Fheothanach, Dingle | Hotelfrom $105
Dykegate Lane, Dingle | Hotelfrom $92