Paddy's Palace Dingle Peninsula

Address: Main Street, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Main Street, Dingle.
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        Travel Blogs from Dingle

        Dingle Town

        A travel blog entry by wstrapps on Sep 23, 2015

        7 photos

        ... had taught a couple of hers. I retired nine years ago and we really haven't seen much of each other over that time. She retired this year which is why she was able to take this vacation. However, as it is with good friends, we really just picked up where we left off in our companionship. (We were more than willing to let Arden and Walter be a part of all that.) We all enjoyed each other's company a ...

        Sea Kayaking and Slea Head Drive in Dingle

        A travel blog entry by chuckjeanfl on Jun 22, 2015

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... amazing when we came around the corner of the inlet. We were out in the Atlantic Ocean but stayed close to the walls and out of the rougher water. There were a few sea caves that we were able to paddle into. One was only the width of the kayak and you had to pull yourself through using your hands on the walls and following the light on the other side. It was a very cool experience. We saw a few nesting birds up high and some jelly fish but no seals ...

        Dolphin Chasing, Shopping, and Beautiful Vistas

        A travel blog entry by psubrat93 on Sep 02, 2014

        40 photos

        ... beach. It is really cool. There are some big rocks on the sand. While we are looking at it a big, fluffy sheepdog come bounding up. It reminds me of the dog from "The Little Mermaid". Its owner soon follows and stops to chat with us. He is originally from Edinburgh, Scotland and he came here many years ago to windsurf. He talks about the social scene and how there are these parties during the off season and how when he first arrived he was a ...

        Great music, gorgeous scenery, friendly people

        A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 24, 2014

        19 photos

        ... is slightly overcast but still warm. As you drive the rural parts of Ireland you realize that most of Ireland is based on agriculture and tourism. There is not much industry here, which is good for the environment, so the locals rely on tourism for their livelihood. The scenery shots just keep on coming the longer we drive. The have one island off the coast that they call the "Sleeping Giant" because it looks like a giant laying on his back sleeping. Check out ...

        Famine Scars

        A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 10, 2014

        2 comments, 13 photos

        ... We find an ancient gravestone peaking out of the grass, with a small stone cross carved in its center. It's both humbling and awe inspiring standing in a place where people have lived, laughed and loved for a thousand years.

        As we make our way back to Dingle and eventually home, we make our final stop at a fairy fort. An ancient circular fort for a clan chieftain, untouched for over a thousand years because the locals believed the ringed forts to be ...