Dun Chaoin Hostel

Address: Dingle Way, Ballyferriter, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Dingle Way, Ballyferriter, is near Ionad An Bhlascaoid Mhoir/The Blasket Centre, Tig Aine, Musaem Chorca Dhuibhne, and Scanlon's Pet Farm.
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Travel Blogs from Ballyferriter

In memory of a heroic man

A travel blog entry by terredeshommes on Jun 14, 2015

13 photos

... les exploits. Pour Crean ce fut juste un travail.

Une fois ce travail fini il retourna un certain temps dans la Navy, puis suite à un accident il prit sa retraite et ouvrit ce petit pub dans son village d'enfance. Il paraît qu'il ne parlait jamais de ses aventures antarctiques, et au lieu d'être célébrés ses exploits (effectués sous pavillon britannique) furent oubliés après l'indépendance de l'Irlande.

Sachant tout ça, il fallait absolument que je m'y arrête. Les ...

Slea Head drive

A travel blog entry by carollhartline on Oct 07, 2014

5 comments, 22 photos

... sea cliffs on very narrow, winding roads. It reminded me of driving in Smokerise; the road is only 1.5 cars wide in places! For someone to pass both cars have to pull over on a mostly nonexistent shoulder and squeeze by.

We also went to Gallarus Oratory. It is the oldest church in Europe. They believe it was built around the 6 or 7th century. It is entirely dry stacked stones, no mortar at all. After all ...

Stuff you can fall off of in Ireland

A travel blog entry by mystic1 on Jul 14, 2014

4 photos

... I'm here in the school. It's fascinating to see all of the school materials around us as Gaeilge. Study, tea, study, lunch ( lón) more study, long dinner break, then back to the school for Irish dancing. On the long break I found my way to the ocean, so powerful and beautiful. After dancing I explored the sea cliffs by the B&B. In particular, I decided to see what they meant by one of their more alarming ...

Skellig

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jul 07, 2014

... Whiskey. And, as tradition would have it, we had some baguettes for a quick meal, and some surprisingly delicious sea salt and vinegar crisps. Back at the Greenes, we chatted with Tom over some tea and coffee when we arrived back. Even though he isn't a big drinker, he enjoyed the carlsberg beer gift for driving us to Portlaoise. We had some good chats before he went out to finish work. Lynn and I gathered our stuff, scrounged up some random stuff for ...

Jigs, Reels, and Ditties in Dingle

A travel blog entry by robin512 on Jul 26, 2013

5 comments, 12 photos

... it gets closer to the music starting, the pubs fill up and there certainly doesn't seem to be any limit to the number of people that can squeeze in. And many are just there to drink and visit, with very little attention paid to the music. It's a good thing we were told that the Irish just do that...we probably would have started an international incident if we'd said "shhh". One night in Dingle, we had a private concert of Lumiere, 2 women and a guitar that ...