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Said goodbye to Dublin and headed down the freeway to Dingle a bit over a 5 hr drive after stopover for lunch in Roslea. Dingle is fabulous scenery remarkable and the town full of places typical of your summer holiday destination ,but in Ireland you triple the expected amount of pubs and the bonus with Dingle is many of them have live music playing. We sampled the locally brewed drop called Tom Crean and made our way to Fiona's B&b ...
... back down the hillside and back on the Slea Head Drive.
At the very end of the Dingle Peninsula, there is Dunmore Head, which is the westernmost point of Ireland (excluding the islands). Here we park above a beach (where the kids of course wish they could swim). There is a small mountain or large hill (whichever way you want to describe it...) to climb over to get to the end of the continent. To get there we have to climb a stone wall and enter the ...
Woke up early for a nice run around town. Good way to learn the streets.
First sunny day First day of school! Our schoolhouse is an old convent called An Diseart- beautiful chapel, stained glass, and artwork. The education class is on the top floor in a large bright room. During the morning session we discussed elementary education in Ireland and the US. After lunch we had a guest ...
... creatures suddenly take to a solitary way of life, but perhaps his persistence in maintaining it and physical conditions would at least indicate the area is a welcoming home with not too many natural dangers.
Tour of Dingle Brewery where they brew Crean's
The lager was named after the great Tom Crean. The local man who as a member of the British Navy went on to take part in 3 of the 4 Antarctic Expeditions. It was during ...
... than ever before.
Hurricanes were far from our minds as we were sailing down to Porto Santo,the sun was shining and the weather fair.
We knew there was depression approaching us,it was forecasted 1006 and a Force 6 nothing to worry about.
However as I was coming off my watch it was blowing a good Force 6 and we had taken in a few reefs and reduced the jib a good bit.
Our Skipper was on next and conditions got worse so he reduced more sail.
I have a barometer ...