We knew we wanted to do Conor's Pass on the Dingle Peninsula. It is the tallest mountain pass in Ireland and so we thought it would be a strain on our little rental car but it wasn't so bad. But the views from the top were very pretty and we stopped at the waterfall and hiked up to the lake that was fed by a glacier. Worth it and gorgeous. For a little bit of the pass, it is just a one lane road so we careful with that.
Prehistoric Beehive Huts
Once we got to Dingle we stopped by the "Fungie the Dolphin" office because we knew we wanted to go on the tour. The next tour leaving was for 2:30pm so we made reservations and found some place to eat while waiting. We had the usual fish and chips and seafood chowder. It was yummy as always. I had to pop in all the cute souvenir shops to see if there was anything I needed (read: wanted.) Then it was time for our tour. The tour was amazing. We had a wonderful skipper and tour guide. He was so nice and informative. The boat we went on was also smaller which made it easier for us to see Fungie the Dolphin and it was better because less people. It was a great tour and if we didn't see him it was free. But of course we did and we were so happy. Fungie is nearly 50 years old and has been in the Dingle harbor since the 1980s which is super rare for a dolphin. For reference: we did the tour right by the main tourist office with the orange signs. This is the one we did.
View on the way to our Airbnb. If only those damn power lines weren't in the way.
The oldest church in Ireland!
At the sheep farm!
Sweatshirt: Ireland souvenir shop