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... sun. The sun is setting earlier more quickly here and we are greeted with a lovely slowly dwindling setting sun. We ride slower, less bumpy than last time, which is quite nice. After Muckross we proceed deeper into the park, stopping at Lady's View; so named for Queen Victoria's lady in waiting who remarked the view was "the prettiest in Ireland." It is indeed a magnificent view, but I don't think she saw the Dingle Peninsula. The lakes along the drive seem to alternate ...
... and say hello. One room had ages 4-7 and the other had 8-10. Very different. The older students entertained us with singing and a tin whistle concert. Students were extremely polite and friendly. Seanachain is very proud of his little school and deservedly so.
Back on the bus, we returned to our building to make St Bridget crosses. Sean Pol's brother Brandon guided us through this activity and told us ...
... and artifacts some dating back to the Bronze Age. With over 2,000 archeological rains, the Dingle Peninsula is steeped in history. The most numerous of the remains are religious sites from the Early Christian period (AD 400-1200).
Highlights were the many beehive huts sprinkled throughout the countryside. We stopped at the Gallarus Oratory (@900-1000 AD), an exceptional example of a dry-stone ...
... what direction we were headed in, Patrick saved the day with his trusty compass, we finally limped into Dingle at 5:00 pm, dead dog tired. We deserved a good dinner, and that's just what we had. The Global Village Restaurant won the Dingle Restaurant of the Year award and is truly a white tablecloth, fine dining experience. We pretty much blew our food budget for the next day but it was worth it. After dinner we popped into Foxy John's a ...
... the road drive slowly, and although I initially enjoyed the freedom of driving without someone hanging up my ****, some people are just ridiculously slow. And what makes it worse is that very few people will let you pass, making it extra hairy for us because our car doesn't have a lot of grunt.
Unlike Britain, the Republic of Ireland uses the metric system, so we're back to km/hr.
Arriving at Kilkarney late into ...
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