#ThrowbackThursday: St. Patrick’s Day on the Dingle Peninsula

March 19, 2015

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and my Irish heritage, I’ve decided to post a short photo essay from my first trip to Ireland. While my travel companions and I did quite a bit of adventuring, I quickly fell in love with the Dingle Peninsula. Not only is this my favorite area of Ireland, but one of my favorite places on earth. The raw beauty and friendly villagers make this area a must-stop if you ever find yourself in Ireland.

Sheep grazing on the Dingle Peninsula

Dunmore Head (from Slea Head) on the Dingle Peninsula

John Benny Moriarty, the best pint in Dingle

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By Sara Beth

Sara Beth is a digital geek with a passion for all things National Parks, Road Trips, Genealogy, and Cheese. Her early years were spent in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin. After college graduation, she moved to Las Vegas, fell in love, and adopted a dog. Today, she lives with her husband and their dog in the suburbs of Washington, DC.

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    Love the sheep on the coast! Never been to Ireland but hope to experience these views someday.