Ballinvounig House

Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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    More Dingle, Please

    A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jul 03, 2014

    ... enough for us, he revealed the prestige; a rainbow, from end to end, right before our eyes. Between our cliff and the next, delicately balancing one end on land to our left, journeying down to the ocean below on our right, propped up by the nearby cliff and mountains far off in the background. God smiled at us. We took no pictures of our moment together, of view. The moment wasn't for our future selves, not for our friends and family, but ours. That divine ...

    The Real Focking Ireland by Bus: Part 2

    A travel blog entry by focksy on May 11, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... his skills. :) The countryside was absolutely breathtaking. Both literally and figuratively. Some of the things we hiked up or down left me feeling like I was back in Tukee with Erik Menegay! I am tracking the steps each day and we average about 12k. But it's also a nice reminder that I'm still chubby. We saw a goat along the side of the road for a photo opportunity, as well as my now fave pick, the baby sheep selfie. We learned that ...

    'Co latha breith sona dhuibh Donall

    A travel blog entry by jeanbutler on Sep 11, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... quite a few times along the five hour journey. The first place we stopped was a Crrystal cutters shop. This gentlemen worked for Waterford for years, and then decided to start his own glass cutting business.

    Next Stop was the Blasket Island Center. This was a museum that explained the fascinating heritage of the people who once lived on the island. The people from the island were evacuated 1953 when only 20 people ...


    A travel blog entry by paulandashe on Sep 09, 2013

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... part of the world we were in. The roads are tiny and windy, there are sheep obstructing the road and the clouds meet the hills that you are driving through - really breath-taking stuff.
    We stopped off at some 'bee-hive' huts which were over 2500 years old and man made stone houses. It was odd to be standing next to something so old, that you could touch and it wouldn't fall to ...

    Breathtaking Cliffs / Acantilados Imponentes

    A travel blog entry by journeythrough on Aug 04, 2012

    2 comments, 53 photos

    ... bought an umbrella two hours before, so I grabbed it and started trekking down the only paved road. Actually, it might be the only road in Cloghane. I'm not sure I've explored the whole town yet, but all the other dirt roads I've seen look like they're just driveways. Once I got a good 3 kilometers from the hostel I decided I'd gone far enough so I turned back just as it started sprinkling. One kilometer closer to the hostel, the wind picked up ...