Dunquin

We are staying for few days at friends place at Dunquin, on the western tip of the Dingle Peninsular. We gaze out over the sea to the Great Blasket Islands …. Here is Inishtooskert (Dead Man) at sunset.

It is all mists, low cloud, sheep, stone fences and green fields. Very peaceful and beautiful, with a great sense of history, the last Irish speaking area of Ireland.

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    • They are English speakers who live in Tralee, so not Dunquin locals as such, but all their children have Irish names πŸ™‚ I am sitting in Murphy’s Icecream Parlor, and it is time to go, so no more wi-fi until next time!!

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