Nathan and I booked another great spot to stay on Airbnb for Dingle. We were so lucky to experience not only the town, but the greater surrounding area. I’m not exaggerating when I say that Dingle Peninsula is insanely stunning. My photos and videos truly don’t do justice. Not only that, but being the small town it is, Dingle is turning into a little foodie spot!
The capital of Ireland and its largest city, I loved the laid back feeling of this big modern place.
If you don’t mind dining in early, most places serve an Early Bird Menu that usually lasts until 5pm. You can save some money that way, as those menus are lower priced. As mentioned earlier, Ireland isn’t cheap!
I rarely hear Nathan say that he loves something, so imagine my surprise when he recently stated that he loved Ireland. We take our trips in October because that’s when plane tickets seem to be at the lowest prices. However, I would really love to visit again in the summer. I will always prefer cool weather over hot, which is part of the reason why we both enjoyed Ireland so much, but I bet it’s even more beautiful here in summer.
I also learned a lot of history on this trip, such as the history or Dublin, the Vikings, and the Great Blasket. I love learning like I love food. And I love Ireland. The end.
I am Asian. I am a fat ass. Not physically obese, just mentally. Travel, cultures, learning, food and drinks are my loves. My palate is not very American, but I am indeed one, born and raised.
My appetite is insatiable and I plan my days around what I eat. I often get pangs of guilt when I come to realize my gluttonous behavior, but I can’t change what I am. I love food, and I am very critical of it as well. While I am consuming it I tend to dissect, praise, criticize, or analyze the dish in front of me, whichever action the plate warrants. A combination of all three, perhaps. However, I am not a chef. I honestly do not know how to cook. Culinary arts is not my profession. Hence my blog, JustAGrainOfSalt.