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... the entire week, well, today it was 70 degrees! This is the reason why I over packed with bringing my North Face jacket & leather boots. I could have done without both items & not have to check any suitcases. Always the weatherman's fault!
Our final destination for the day was the Dingle Peninsula. We took a couple of wrong turns, but quickly fixed our mistakes with U-turns, look to the right first. The drive to ...
... mountains in the back. The fact that there are sheep on three sides of us only makes it better. Our hostess Barbara give us a map and detailed instructions of pretty much everything around from which drives to take to where to eat. Barbara told us about a folk concert at the church tonight, we said sure and she reserved us some tickets. The room is large and is very clean. No bathtub, but that's ok. We unpack and then head off for the concert. Barbara had told us ...
... Stone - is so far away from any of those attractions that the likelihood of visiting became obviously 0% as we head south. Fortunately, there was a fabulous castle replacement - along with a historic folk village - along the way. I was feeling pretty badly about my planning (this was the first place I booked back in September), but Sam and the kids both assuaged my guilt by saying that they were happy with the Bunratty Castle visit instead of ...
... finding just the right item. We went for another drive along the coast too. We can't help ourselves - the scenery is so seductive! We saw the ruins of an old castle today, and it was just another reminder of the ancient history Ireland has to offer. Tonight will be our last night in Dingle. Tomorrow we move onto to Cork for Saint Patrick's Day. We hope you will stay with us for another day, and send us comforting wishes as we take leave of our beloved home away from ...
... the evening went on the other Americans started to file out leaving a group of locals that seemed to be used to the ebb and flow of tourists. A woman standing near us introduced herself as Angie. I couldn’t decide if she looked very young or very old. She was shorter and slighter than me, with short black hair pulled into a ponytail at the nape of her neck. Both of her ears were covered in piercings and she had a chin piercing that was centered right below her lower lip. She ...
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