Leider wenig Zeit
aber es wird wieder öfter was geben und ich werde mal ein paar Sachen aus den letzten beiden Jahren hochladen.
Dingle is not really an island, but a peninsula. It’s by far smaller than The Ring of Kerry and much wilder. The roads can be very bad, but the beautiful nature is worth it.
We got up and started the day at 9.15. We first visited Dunbeg Stonefort and some bee cottages which was actually the point where I personally had seen enough of those. We drove to Slea Head and spend some time on the beach (sand beach – really!) and enjoyed the nice view on the Blasket Islands. I guess one can only see them when the weather is quite good.
The way back to Dingle town was adventurous due to the small streets and some travel buses that came across, but somehow we managed to get back without damaging the car.
In Dingle we went shopping and had dinner at Armada Inn, where they serve delicious sea food. I had monkfish with spinach. My first monkfish actually and I must say it was absolutely yummy. We ended up at O’Gradys again and enjoyed some live music that evening.
Weather: really nice, sunny (sunburnt)