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Today we went for a coastal drive and stopped off in Adare in County Limerick for morning tea before heading on to An Ghaeltacht Dingle Daingean Ui Chúis, or put simply the traditional Gaelic speaking town of Dingle. Dingle is a very traditional seaside fishing town and prides itself on being fully Gaelic speaking, with proven fluency in Gaelic compulsory to all who wish to live there. Dingle also has a resident friendly dolphin named Fungie who has greeted tourists ...
... He seemed really interested in my travels too! Which always leads me to telling the whole story...not just from when I hopped on the plane.
It was nice to see Ring of Kerry (and the operating film set for star wars at a great distance) and it wouldn't have happened if it weren't for tour people.
That would have to be the one disadvantage of travelling by foot. You can only go as far as your feet take you. ...
... all tourist should have. Sitting at the pub you're transported back one hundred years and I thought that people would have played these songs in the past and will continue to do so into the future. Irish people care about there music and songs it's their oral tradition and tells the stories of their lives.
On Sunday we headed into the Killarney national park for a picnic which included homemade guacamole, ...
... the castle is quite small in terms of castles. You had to pay to see inside, so we just headed back. It was nice walking again and getting the legs moving. When we got back it was laundry and relaxing! We cooked ourselves dinner and had a lazy night. I guess that's a good thing about being in a hostel in the middle of nowhere....you don't really go out or last more ...
Aaron and I wake up in the morning after a great night of sleep and decide that is it time to get a workout in and see the ocean. So we put on our shoes and decide to run to the ocean. It is about a 4 k run to the ocean from our b and b and honestly it was a little more than I thought we were doing. Although after some motivation from Aaron I finally get into it and we make good time to the ocean.
Once there we walk across the softest sand I ...