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... br> It seemed we had gone just a few hundred yards, around the next sharp bend in the road, when another scenic overlook beckoned to us. This one was called Coumeenoole (Com Dhíneol) and there was enough room for us to climb down across a field to see the beach far below and the cliffs looking back toward Slea Head. (This is the beach where they filmed "Ryan's Daughter" back in 1970.) We stopped a couple more times to take pictures as we drove toward the towns of Dunquin (Dún ...
... you look out from the Dingle Peninsula toward the two islands, the green giant can still be seen sleeping with the sea as his bed while the fairies look upon him with disdain.
BEE HIVE HOUSES
Hut or house sites are the most common field monument on the Dingle Peninsula, unenclosed examples or possible examples occurring singly or in groups at over 500 locations. Numerous others are found in association with pre-bog field ...
... 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 ...
... to the vans to have coffee before setting off for lunch in the pub, recommended by the site owner, (who coincidentally also owned the pub)! We walked the regulation Irish 1.5km to Ballydavid and reached the village at about 12 noon and found two pubs, which were both shut! There were two chaps, one up a ladder, painting up the old Coastguard Station. They are ...
... a 7th century church on the hills of Dingle. It looked like a bee hive to me, but it was made to look like an upside down boat built out of stones without mortar by an early Christian pilgrim. It is warm and water proof from the rain. (Local legend says if you walk through the church and climb out the window then your soul will be cleansed, but we found this out later, after ...
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