Dia duit gach duine! ("Hello everybody" in Gaelic. There, are you happy now Matt!?) Today we started the morning with some nice breakfast courtesy of the Brookmanor Lodge.
Lori, since you were curious about what the food is like here, I present you with pictures of our food!
|Jack with his Pancakes, Warm Maple Syrup and Fruit Compote|
|Dad and I with our Eggs, Rashers, and Sausage|
|Here's a close-up|
|And, of course, there was tea|
After we were all full of delicious food, we drove to a beach called Inch Strand in the Dingle Peninsula.
We spent four hours there, and had lots of fun. It was so beautiful!
Oh, and there's me...
While we were there, I found this interesting shell. It looks like a sand dollar's Irish cousin, maybe?
We also found this buoy that looks like a cannonball! Pretty cool, huh?
It was a long walk from one side of the beach to the other. Conveniently, people on the beach were allowed to drive their cars right on the sand, so Tim and I drove along the shore to go pick up the rest of the family!
After the beach, we visited the down of Dingle. There were lots of little fun shops around there, so we had a great time.
Plus, we saw the Cow Car!
You can't tell by looking at the picture, but even the seat covers were furry and spotted!
We then ate dinner at a restaurant in Dingle. Here are more photos:
|My Scampi and Chips|
|Tim's Steak and Potato Stew|
|Jen's Steak and Potatoes|
On the way back to our hotel, we stopped at another beach called Stradbally Strand. That beach was just as gorgeous as Inch was!
And that's it for today, everyone! Thanks for reading, and I hope that the pictures of the food satisfied you, Lori!