The Old Pier Restaurant and Accommodation
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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 ...
... does not have the energy to play like he used to. Maybe he is more playful in the morning when he is still feeling fresh. But I am still glad we took the ride.
We stop by the visitor center and get a town map. I am on the hunt for sweaters and scarves because I have been told I can get a good price in Dingle. We go into some of the shops near the Marina but they are more expensive than I thought. I think we need to get off the main trail ...
... B for the night.
Today is another nice day. It seems that in Ireland we get clouds in the morning and then they leave for beautiful sunshine. We start with another wonderful breakfast and head out down the Slea Head drive.
The first site we come to is the fort called Dunbeg Fort. This fort goes back to the 400 AD times and has been lived in off and on throughout the ages. They had a bad storm in February here and part of the ...
... we couldn't find the stable and no one answered their phone), we instead found a climbing-wall and obstacle course facility that the kids loved. Despite the pungent smell of sheep dung in the air, the outdoor obstacle course was a favorite and reminded us all of Flagstaff last year, when we found a similar venue. There was one other set of kids on the course at the same time (same approximate ages as our kids), who are apparently allowed to ...
... time numbered only about 20. The Centre is a wonderful exhibit, via video, sound, photos and poetry about the people who once lived on the Great Blasket Island - quite a hardy lot. Motoring on down the coast, we found a place to park for our hike, conveniently right by a coffee, scone and cream stop before we took off hiking the Dingle Way for the afternoon.
Making a short stop on our way home by "our" local pub here in ...