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... son looked concerned. They tried all sorts of tricks to attract Fungie, like noisily dropping and raising the anchor and putting the engine in reverse. No luck. We and the other passengers took pictures of the beautiful coastline and tried to stay warm and dry. It rained a little and dark clouds threatened to bring another storm. Suddenly Fungie appeared! The skipper and his son looked not just relieved but sincerely happy and excited to see him. At first we caught ...
... nothing I have ever seen before. The six windows in the choir are in the traditional style created by a German artist in 1884. The Harry Clark windows are in Art Deco and mosaic style, very different but magnificent in their own right. Note to Rick: Belgian chocolate, Heritage crystal and a religious stained glass window.
Barbara, our B&B hostess suggested that Rick and I should go ...
... we are hoping all the time not to encounter a tour bus coming in the opposite direction. It seems that the tour buses are wisely going all in the same direction which is the same way we are traveling. Driving is concentrated work but I do get to see the scenery along the way. We stop off to see archaeological sites and the coast along the way, to take pictures and to take a little break.
We visit Inch Beach first... Eve and Daniel are so sad they did ...
... I'm also not sure some of us could fit out the window!) The town of Dingle was so picturesque! We had a great lunch by a warm fire at Danno's, then the big guys toured Creans brewery and the rest of us shopped the cute stores. Many of the crafts were locally made along with the wool blankets, scarves, hats, and mittens! The sun was out and it was a really nice day! ;) Enjoy the ...
... It was built without mortar, using the ancient technique of "corbelling" where stones were laid at a slight angle to allow rainwater to run off. It is still dry inside even with the rain this week.
Our next stop was Kilmalkedar, a center of Christian monasticism in 636. The monuments here date from early Christian and medieval times. We saw an ogham stone which displays the earliest form of the ...
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