Staigue Fort Hotel
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... style="padding: 0px; margin: 0px; z-index: 100;">A-listening to the mocking bird, a-singing a cheerful song
Up stepped a band of troopers: Kelly, Davis and Fitzroy
They all set out to capture him, the wild colonial boy
Even though on Friday the sky was gloomy and it rained it
was a good day. We had class and had the
remainder of the day to ourselves after 1:00 p.m. A group of us decided to go
to Paul Geaney’s Bar. It was pretty good. Here in Dingle, most of the time
the waiters are also the bartenders. They are responsible especially during mid day to keep the entire show running so they do not bring you a check to the ...
... Christian churches and had a little cemetery. Next we doubled back to the monastery which looked like a ring fort with very low walls. We continued on to the ruined church of Kilmalkedar which had only the walls standing but the church yard is still used as a cemetery. There was a very old Celtic cross and another Ogham stone. When we left the church we crested a hill and coasted the 3 miles back into Dingle. We stopped at the Aquarium to visit the ...
... which I (Allison) was eager to try. We shared some soup and asked that they give us a cheese plate with a selection of cheeses. We enjoyed them all, particularly one that was made just a couple of km down the road and the Cashel Blue Cheese. We walked out, heard a rumbling sound and realized a water fall was quite nearby. We strolled over to check it out and snap some pictures. Kathryn asked me to pose on the small foot bridge over the top of the ...
We passed through Castlecove that had old cottages from the era of the Potato Famine. However, you would never now that they were cottages. Almost all of the 5-6 cottages that we saw were completely covered with plants. One still retained that shape of a cottage, while most of the others had fallen apart and were now large mounds of plants with stonework sticking up through the plants. We passed some sheep dogs herding some sheep back to the ...