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Travel Blogs from Dingle
... Just us, overlooking the ocean and mountains. Even as Lynn took a minor nap, I stared aimlessly, watched as Fungi made endless appearances (it was embarassing how constantly excited I was). We had a blast hanging around there. I took a little venture downwards onto some rocks, we took some photos, then moved down to a different spot on the cliff. We tucked behind and underneath the shelter of the cliff, blocking the wind and sound, carving us the perfect little perch ...
... without a word of reprimand from their mother, who just kept saying, "you're doing brilliant!"
All in all, Ireland was just as green as promised, with as many cows and sheep as people, who were friendly and warm. They welcomed the tourists (even those from the US) and it was a great place to start this year together.
Next stop: Edinburgh, Scotland, following a 2.5 hour early drive back to Shannon Airport from Dingle.
... quite a few times along the five hour journey. The first place we stopped was a Crrystal cutters shop. This gentlemen worked for Waterford for years, and then decided to start his own glass cutting business.
Next Stop was the Blasket Island Center. This was a museum that explained the fascinating heritage of the people who once lived on the island. The people from the island were evacuated 1953 when only 20 people ...
... amazing Dingle Peninsula. The clouds and the rain actually added to the beauty of the rugged cliff faces and crashing ocean. We had many, many photo stops as it felt every 10 metres there was a larger cliff, or a more stunning ocean view.
As with so many of our drives over the past week, photos do not do it justice.
As we drove around listening to Mumford and Sons, we were in awe at what ...
... we headed back out.
We cut across to Kilmalkedar Church, again from the 12th century. It also has a cemetery that is currently used next to the old one. There is also an old sundial and other significant stone, although we don’t know why it’s important, in the yard. From there we went to Gallarus Oratory an old church from the 9th century. The design is like an upside down boat. But still the fog ...
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