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... room, we paused at St. Mary's Church because we heard some sort of service going on. It turns out to have been a funeral service. Neither of us had ever heard of a funeral being held in the evening. A young lady sang a hymn with no accompaniment. Her voice was beautiful; the song and the service were simple and moving. We took our time walking back to the B&B and enjoyed the cool night air and the lights over the harbor. We have a long drive tomorrow and so will be getting up ...
... off the coast of Ireland around this point. This island was eventually evacuated in 1953 as there were no more children being born or brought to the island and the population was aging off the island. It was also difficult to maintain contact with the mainland, so the decision was made to take all people off the island. It has more recently opened up again for tourism purposes.
The little town on Dingle itself was ...
... forts, ringforts and early ecclesiastical sites. Timber, mud, turf, stone, or a combination of these materials may be used in the construction of huts, but the type most prevalent on the Dingle Peninsula is the corbelled, drystone hut usually referred to as a clochaun / Clochán. Corbelling consists of laying courses of flat stones so that each course projects slightly inwards beyond the one below until the sides almost meet at the top and the ...
... to the vans to have coffee before setting off for lunch in the pub, recommended by the site owner, (who coincidentally also owned the pub)! We walked the regulation Irish 1.5km to Ballydavid and reached the village at about 12 noon and found two pubs, which were both shut! There were two chaps, one up a ladder, painting up the old Coastguard Station. They are ...
... as seen from Ladies View. The name apparently stems from the admiration of the view given by Queen Victoria's ladies-in-waiting during their 1861 visit. It's such a pity it is so grey, it really is not bringing out the colours in the lake and the mountains. We take the drive back via Killarney as it I still a bit early to avoid the jaunting carts in the Gap,of Dunloe. We have dinner tonight at the Beaufort Inn, in front of the warm cosy fire. Come on Ireland you need to warm up a ...
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