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... was hopping! We got one of the last tables, right in front of where the musicians were going to sit. We ordered our pints and looked over the menu. Tom had the Irish stew and Vivian had seared scallops.
The musicians arrived and set up while chatting with the pub's patrons. The atmosphere was very light, as if a bunch of friends decided to pull up chairs and entertain. Ellis Kennedy, the pub owner's wife, sang and played flutes. A young lady named Niamh ...
... did see some confused sheep and one farmer that looked at us like we were the village idiots but in return we saw sights that few, if any, tourists ever would see.
The town of Dingle is a cute little place. A tourist town of course, but in late September the number of tourists is not too bad. We wandered around Dingle after our "over hill, ...
... Dingle Bay. Breakfast was first class with the family team in operation .Fiona was the granddaughter aged 21 ,who the business was established for,mum was married to a fisherman and I will confirm the old saying about fishwives. She loved a chat and more ..Kath went with her for the first 2 sessions but started to falter at breakfast on our last day.Grandma came in at 8. Cooked breakfast and left at 10am ...she was a good cook as Kath ...
The forecast was rain - for the whole week. So much to our surprise and delight, we arrive in the land of green amidst sunshine and warmth. Which was a frequent visitor for us throughout our 4 day stay in Ireland. Serendipitous weather.
Our first reservations were in Galway, a town not far north of Shannon, the airport hub for western Ireland. I had been advised that the western part of Ireland was the place to visit if you only have a ...
Tonight finds us in the unpronounceable place of An Feothanach, Ballydavid, Dingle, Co Kerry. We are cozy enough in this old stone farmhouse, on the second of three creaky floors. Had a cuppa when we arrived, to warm us up from the day, and at 6:30 the two of us alone were served a fantastic dinner by the owner/proprietor, Denise. Dinner began with a roasted beet root/feta/toasted pumpkin seed salad in ...
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