The Sands of Dingle

by wjw on August 29, 2019

IMG_4550Sunset at Inch Beach, in or near Dingle.  Fine golden sand, beautiful setting, and surfers!  If it weren’t for the kids playing with their hurling sticks I would have thought I was in Monterey.

I also had ice cream at the legendary Murphy’s parlor.  The elderflower ice cream was particularly fine on a hot afternoon.

Anonymous August 30, 2019 at 10:38 am

Dude, you were in Dingle! You should’ve had the dingleberry ice cream!

Etaoin Shrdlu August 30, 2019 at 10:39 am

Dude, you were in Dingle! You should’ve had the dingleberry ice cream!

Steinar Bang August 30, 2019 at 11:28 am

Hey, I’ve actually been on that very beach during a motorcycle trip to Ireland in 1995… how time flies…

Took the ferry from Bergen to Newcastle, and then rode across Yorkshire and Northern Wales, took another ferry from Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire, and then across Ireland to Killarney.

We stayed in Killarney for most of the trip and then took short day trips to the surrounding area.

The trip back went across southern Ireland with a ferry from Wexford in Ireland to Fishguard in South Wales, and then across Wales and Southern England, then Le Shuttle through the chunnel and then the motorways up through France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark, and with a ferry boat back to Norway (the Denmark Sweden bridge wasn’t built yet).

Theophylact September 8, 2019 at 12:40 pm

Dingle is lovely! We stayed in Dunquin (the very tip of the Dingle peninsula) but did all our shopping in Dingle.

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