Paddy's Palace Dingle Peninsula
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But they invited me in for tea!
Tea in a Kombi parked on the beach on a hot summer day! How freakin perfect is that!!!!
I tell you what....it's amazing how much love that kombi has been given. It is all original paint, uphostery, everything....it is a '71 kombi and they have had it for 31 YEARS!
Then they were kind enough to show me all the storgae space...RO! We would easily have ...
... We had a back that loser made the next black currant cake. I lost, and Lynn thought I was pouting, so she started to pout, so it became some big thing. I did get skunked, and was bummed, but whatever. I was a sourpuss that day. But that is neither here nor there. Karl and the kids left after awhile. In the kitchen, Lynn and I discovered some chocolate cake they had left. Boy oh boy! Slopped some delicious ice cream on that ***** and ate it right up (at ...
... the kids are done playing in the waves and on the beach we wash off their sandy feet and dry them with our new Irish towel that I bought in the beach store.
Next on the drive is the ancient beehive huts. These are up on a steep hill where we are awarded with more spectacular views of the coast. The huts are made of stone and look like a little hive. There is work being done but one hut is open to walk into and see the inside. After visiting the huts, ...
Woke up early for a nice run around town. Good way to learn the streets.
First sunny day First day of school! Our schoolhouse is an old convent called An Diseart- beautiful chapel, stained glass, and artwork. The education class is on the top floor in a large bright room. During the morning session we discussed elementary education in Ireland and the US. After lunch we had a guest ...
... creatures suddenly take to a solitary way of life, but perhaps his persistence in maintaining it and physical conditions would at least indicate the area is a welcoming home with not too many natural dangers.
Tour of Dingle Brewery where they brew Crean's
The lager was named after the great Tom Crean. The local man who as a member of the British Navy went on to take part in 3 of the 4 Antarctic Expeditions. It was during ...