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... nice since we've been here and tonight, for the most part, was quite mild as we toured the peninsula. We took many more pictures than I can share with you now, but added some to give you an idea.
Tomorrow, we will make our way up to Doolin, even though it may have to be in some heavy rain. I am still holding out hope that the weather will be better than expected! Tomorrow is also Sue's 50th birthday! We have a couple of surprises in store for her, so it should be a lot of fun!
... an Irish speaking school as we have been accustomed to. We spent the rest of the morning in classes and interacted with the students. We had tea with the staff at mid-morning break and got to meet some dedicated teachers. We broke for lunch at the Treehouse Cafe and then returned to see the upper grades. We then returned ...
... indicating that they housed small settlements of people. In more recent times, beehive huts were used for storage or animal shelter. Dry-stone walled churches such as 'Gallarus Oratory' in County Kerry, may derive from beehive huts. Constructed c.700 – c.800 AD, by Ireland's early monastic Christians, Gallarus Oratory remains in near perfect condition to this day.
The Fahan Beehive Huts, also known as Caher Conor, are located ...
... reservation at "Out of the Blue" restaurant on the harbor street in Dingle, and had another delicious and perfect meal. The menu says that they only serve the freshest fish and seafood from the fishermen of Dingle; if the fishermen do not go out, they do not open! They have NO CHIPS, only the perfectly prepared fish, seafood and beautiful and delicious accompanying veggies.
Both nights we enjoyed some fresh Dingle bay oysters on the half shell. When ...
... having closed down. But after a little searching we eventually found a nice little pub housing a surprising number of locals.
My meal was enormous with its classic Irish potatoes and its delicious saucy salmon. Brendon, meanwhile, has been steadily and happily working his way through Ireland's range of local beers.
And that's Ireland so far. We're going to head north tomorow, following its coastline