Ireland, Part Three: Dingle Peninsula and Cork

This will be the last Ireland post, peppered with mostly pictures so that you can enjoy the scenery: 

Even on a rainy, knock you on your ass it's so windy day, Dingle Peninsula was still breathtaking! 

Above and Below: Prehistoric Beehive Huts from at least 1200 A.D., but possibly even before then! 


We drove (on the left side of the road, right side of the car) to Cork, where we spent a crazy St. Patrick's Day...

(this was a village on the way to Cork, super cute...but I can't remember the name!)

Cork at night! 

Honestly, Irish people are some of the nicest, loveliest people you will ever meet. Oh, and you gotta love that brilliantly dirty sense of humor of theirs! The Irish are also crazy motherf****ers. Don't know how else to put it, but just know plate breaking was involved. That's all I will divulge.

I've now been to Ireland twice, and I would go a third time. That should tell you something!!


  1. I went to Ireland a few years ago and it was honestly the most beautiful place I've ever been. These pictures make me want to go back!
    Isn’t That Charming.

  2. I heard the weather is bitter at the moment - and you braved Dingle and the coast! The pictures are great anyway, you did the place justice xx

  3. It's so greeeeeen! I've been wanting to go for ages, but haven't yet had the chance. One day!

  4. Oh my goodness, these pictures are breath taking. I want to go to there.

  5. Superb! These images of Ireland are lovely. Designer in me: I wanna see that Guinness for Strength sign up close. Now.

  6. It simply looks so beautiful, I wanna go too! But it would be scary to drive on the other side of the road (and strange in the other side of the car)?!

  7. Ah... this is crazy. And awesome. The pictures are so gorgeous. I really, really want to go to Ireland now!

  8. The day time photos are so serene and the night time photos romantic. Sigh. It made me feel things.

  9. accidentally signed under my google profile. oops

  10. This is my comment on your picture of the sheepies: