Gallery 3

Arriving at Dingle, the chief port of Kerry. Became popular due to filming Ryan's Daughter in 1969 & the arrival of a friiendly dolphin named Fungi who will play with swimmers & follow boats in & out of the harbor.

How Dingle lost its name

Its few streets are lined with gaily painted shops and pubs. One of Rick Steve's favorite towns.

Val celebrating her birthday

John, doing his best to help the celebration

Photo op, the Ring of Kerry

        

Magnificent coastal scenery

On the road at Dingle in a self-diven caravan

          

Gallarus Oratory - believed to be an early Christian church, it is believed to have been built between the 6th century and 9th century.

Shaped like an upside-down boat, it has remained waterproof and in near-perfect condition to the present day.

Guaranteed, we will catch a glimpse of Fungie

Fungie hung out for a little while, but was not all that playful

A lone runner on the shore

Birthday celebration

Inch has 4 miles of beach backed by dunes. One of Irelands favorite surf spots

Brendan Ferris, a local farmer Brendan Ferris introduces us to a flock of his sheep and provides a sheepdog demonstration.

Brendan awaits flock, driven down steep hillside by Border Collie sheepdogs

The Kerry Bog Village, located on the Ring of Kerry gives people an insight into how people lived and worked in Ireland in the 18th Century.

The Red Fox Inn, awesome bar, best Irish Coffee you can find

Fionn & Kerry, giant Irish Wolfhounds

On our way to Killarney National Park & the Muckross Estate

A view visitors enjoy looking out a back window of the house