Dingle Gate Hostel

Dingle/ Tralee Road, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Dingle/ Tralee Road, Dingle, is near An Droichead Beag, Brian de Staic Jewellery Workshop, Ceann Sibeal (Dingle) Golf Club, and Greenlane Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Dingle

Dingle Pennisula

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 16, 2014

54 photos

... along their swimsuits. They want to take a surfing lesson and swim but they have to be content in playing in the surf barefooted and romping on the beach. Inch Beach is a beautiful spot. There were very few people here at this time in the morning. We saw campers in the parking lot and one surfer man in the water. The waves were loud and strong, crashing high up on the beach. When we drive back in the afternoon, the tide is way out and the waves look less ...

Visit to local high school

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234 on Jan 07, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... by SHU professors, students, and locals who shared personal stories about the poet. Some knew him or had met him or were touched by his poems. Music was provided by Aoise Granville and her sister, Harp and fiddle. Very moving night.
After a stop at Dick Mack's, we headed over to the students' favorite spot, the Dingle pub. Everyone had a great time singing and dancing including President Petillo.


Touring Around Dingle

A travel blog entry by terry.graue.9 on Jul 16, 2013

16 photos

... alone in a "restricted" zone and befriending humans, it is still a relatively rare world event, and Fungie is Ireland's first recorded occurrence. From observation of (playful) body scarring it seems he does still frequently encounter other whales, dolphins or porpoises, proving perhaps he is neither true hermit nor outcast from his own kind, but rather that he is simply content with his current circumstances. No one really knows why some ...

On doctor's orders

A travel blog entry by pandmdane on May 16, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

Driving in Ireland is a unique experience. Those who have travelled here will know what I am talking about.

First, the roads are very good, no potholes and the smooth bitumen covers right to the edge. The signposts are clear, even though they are in both English and Irish. The real trick is driving fast, 80-100 kph on roads that are 2 cars wide with a gap of around 1 metre. At first you think it is ...

Bunratty and Beyond

A travel blog entry by bergerhof on May 06, 2013

2 photos

... parents, celebrating their 45th anniversary at a banquet at Bunratty Castle. In memory of that occasion, the night of April 29th we are sleeping at Bunratty Castle Hotel! Now, with a name like that you would think that the hotel is in a castle, but no, it is a huge (450 rooms) hotel near Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. Very elegant and yes, touristy, the hotel has very large and convenient rooms and public spaces, and an adequate Italian (!) restaurant, where we ...