Rainbow Hostel

Address: Spailpan Camping Park, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Spailpan Camping Park, Dingle, is near O'Flaherty's, Greenlane Gallery, Simple Pleasures Galleria, and St. Brendan's House.
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      Travel Blogs from Dingle

      Dingle

      A travel blog entry by taramarika on May 07, 2005

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      So we drove to Dingle. What a fun interesting the ride was. Took a good few hours. And Brie ( lori's sister) was driving so she was getting used to the left side of the road, having three pairs of eyes helped, but driving at night we came across less cars to worry about!

      Dingle is a great little place on the coast. I love it here. What a …

      Sleeping In and Wearing Sandals

      A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi on May 25, 2012

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      ... on one side and a hardware store on the other, and the Barrack Heights Bar, where Bobbi ended up playing pool with a very drunk local. Fun fact: they don't play with stripes and solids here. Rather, the pool balls are red and yellow.  We had a wonderful and much-needed day off in Dingle and were so pleased we had given ourselves that extra day. We headed to bed, looking forward to Saturday's trip along the scenic Slea Head Drive to ...

      Slowin' Down in Dingle

      A travel blog entry by zolina on Jul 22, 2011

      39 photos

      ... it. Locals used to use it to seal deals by standing on the graves of their ancestors and touching thumbs through the hole. Today people still use it to renew wedding vows.

      We made it back to the Pax House about 2 pm and didn’t feel like doing anything else that day. Plus, the sun was out! So we just hung out for a while. I sat outside on the balcony, basking in the sun, taking in the incredible view, and catching up on ...

      Rain, beer, and more rain

      A travel blog entry by serengetidude on Aug 08, 2010

      ... side of the road, but Ireland is full of bizarre and difficult driving conditions such as hundreds of roundabouts, really bad signage, and extremely narrow roads which are supposed to fit two cars somehow. But we've managed through it all. On the way to Cork we stopped in Cashel. We saw the remains of a cathedral built over 1000 years ago. It's probably the most famous historical place in the life of St. Patrick, who came here to baptize a ...

      The Banshee, pork sausages and spilled wine

      A travel blog entry by kimmykak on Aug 17, 2009

      49 photos

      ... hitting oncoming traffic along our way. The roads are alarmingly narrow and in some spots you actually have to drive into the vegetation on the side of the road to get past the oncoming traffic. It is bizarre, and somewhat dangerous if you ask me!

      We stopped for lunch at a little cafe near Slea Heads and had a beautiful lunch of quiche and a glass of (Australian!) red. This is where we met Banshee. Banshee is a gorgeous 4 year old dog who was the ...

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