Blackberry Lodge Hostel

The Mall, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Dingle

Sunday in Dingle

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

6

... Aquarium in town. Very surprising as to the # of specimens. Featured penguins and sharks. Largest aquarium in Ireland. Sacred heart has an oceanography course here this week all at the beach and the aquarium.
Had dinner with other staff at An Canteen in pouring ...

Cycling the Gap of Dunloe

A travel blog entry by johnnym

3

... a ride (i admit that trying to whizz past him was my main motivation) and keeping me working on the last section. Just under 41k, comfortably under 2 hours and back to the hostel at 11.57. I must have taken a shortcut, the owner reckoned on more like 2.5 hrs, he looks fairly fit and I really didn't hit great speeds. Still, a fantastic start to the day. Picking up my passenger we headed to Dingle and with sunshine overhead that was another great journey. Inch ...

In the Land of Dingle

A travel blog entry by erbear85

7

... Our pictures could not even come close to showing you HOW beautiful! We drove along the coast down to this tiny little village, and it was so breathtaking (Erin says in more than one way). I will admit, The roads were a bit narrow, and sometimes we had to pull over to let someone pass. Once, as Erin rounded a particularly frightening sharp curve, she said "What if I hit a sheep - should I leave a note?" I told you Erin had a humorous tongue, ...

Road Tripppp!

A travel blog entry by dizzysparkles

3
8

... to be built before Christianity arrived in Ireland. We found Loher Fort randomly - another round fort (right on the ocean!!!). I definitely did several little happy dances - 3rd time actually seeing the ocean! We ventured off the beaten path into a more rural area on the west coast to do the Skellig Loop that had crazy road loops and steep hills, stopping at the cliffs of Kerry, overlooking Puffin Island - a breathtaking view! Constant reminders ...

A Day In Dingle

A travel blog entry by ostrowski

9

... br> 8,000 euros a year. We saw the Ogham
Stones which were used as grave markers or boundary lines in the 4th
through 7th centuries. The
lines on the stones indicate letters of the alphabet. The tour moved on to Ventry Harbor where we
saw lobster pots in the bay. Don’t know
if there was anything in them because all we could see was the markers bobbing
in the water. Next it was off to Paidi O’Se’s
Pub. It ...

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