Dingle Bay Hotel
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... or large Irish breakfast, and a whole table full of fresh fruits, brown bread, yogurt, juices. We were done by 10 and out to visit the local aquarium, brewery, convent. What an eclectic lineup. Ocean world aquarium - last time we were here we joked about why would anyone go to an aquarium when you have such beautiful landscape to enjoy. But the day was rainy and after reading the reviews of the aquarium we thought what the heck. So we ...
On entering Kerry we drove through Tralee, the county’s biggest town and a quite busy place. The buildings and squares looked pleasant so we decided to stop and walk around for about an hour. The town was preparing for its main annual celebration, The Rose of Tralee, a beauty pageant with entrants from around the worldwide Irish diaspora. Roses are apparently a very big deal in Tralee; there’s also a ...
... Si le temps le permet j'y repasserai peut-Ítre, qui sait?
After the failure of Killarney, I needed somewhere nice where I could relax a bit. So I left for Dingle, which is quite touristy too but should be more peaceful at that time of the year. And for once I was in luck, well almost!
First, Dingle and the peninsula are really lovely. I went on another tour in a smaller bus this time, ...
Today was pack up and move on day.
But for the first time, I wasn't going by bus.
Often, i will hitch short distances....but today I was going from Kenmare to Dingle.
That is a fair distance.
And I wasn't concerned about the people I hitch with. I was worried I wouldn't make it as far as Dingle and I would be stranded.
Luckily for me, my two new friends from the cafe were hitching the first leg with me and then going onwards to their own places.
In the morning we toured the town. We walked into all kinds of shops most selling jewelry or clothing. Sara found a lovely night gown she wanted, but didn't buy. David and I found wool hats we decided we didn't need. Pat and Sara finally found some jewelry to buy. Next, we got a good meal at a pub and then headed for the Slea Head Drive. ...