Today we are tourists. We hop on our very comfortable motor coach and away we go. Sean, our knowledgable and friendly driver has planned a day of “knock your socks off” scenery around the Dingle Peninsula, even to the very most western point of Ireland. Remote, wild, green, expansive all describe our view.
We stop at a prehistoric dwelling of the very first humans on the island – somewhere around 1200 BC. It’s a small rock stacked stone dwelling, with underground passages and ventilation. Every thing has been thought of to ward off incoming visitors.
WWe are a happy congenial group and you can tell the weather is balmy and beautiful.
Lunch in Dingle is a wonderful treat of meat pies and gin and tonics in Dingle.
What a way to spend the day!!