Wild Atlantic Way 


                Took a family trip to Dingle, Co.Kerry for a few days this week. Our first stop was Clonmel, Co.Tipperary, driving through the town I noticed there was plenty of shopping to be done but unfortunately we were a bit early on a Sunday morning and everywhere was closed😭, so on to the next stop which was  The Lazy Bean Café in Cahir, Co.Tipperary  for some breakfast.😍                                                                 After that we headed on to Dingle to find our holiday home that we rented on Done Deal for a few days. Dingle town was pretty busy as we drove through, full of tourists so loads of hustle and bustle around! But our house was just a couple of minutes outside the town surrounded by hills and fields, it was perfect !  ​​                                         So later on that day we took a boat trip out to see the famous Dingle dolphin Fungie and the weather was unreal and we could see way out across the water to Skellig Michael island where some of the latest Star Wars movie was filmed ! The tour was really good loads of info about the area and the dolphin himself and was well worth €10 an adult for a full hour around Dingle harbour and further out. We got to experience some amazing views and Fungie played along and gave us a few jumps too. 😊 ​🐬

​                                                                                                                          Got a tad windy at the start of the trip so I threw on this longline khaki hoodie €12 from Penneys, also comes in black. 

                The next day we went to the Ocean World Aquarium and for €13.50 we got to see some awful looking fish🐟 😂 penguins🐧 and two big sharks that were supercool and close up 😳 and loads of other fishy looking creatures 😜 ​

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            It was a scorcher that day so we decided to drive the Dingle Peninsula and it was amazing, some of the most beautiful parts of the country are along the Wild Atlantic Way 😍                                    Tiny roads, stone walls and cliff edges galore but the sun was shining and the views were spectacular!                                                So with the sun shining, I of course opted to wear black 😂 my long line, side split, sleeveless stripe shirt is from Penneys and I paired it with black leggings and some layered choker and chains.                                                                                                 On our way home we found Coumeenoole beach at the bottom of a big cliff it was tiny but full of people enjoying the sun but the water was coooooollllld 🌊                            The next day we started on our journey to Tralee and we stumbled upon a route that brought us through Conorspass. With just enough room for one car in most places, a small stone wall with a big drop behind it on one side of the car and a cliff edge on the other 🙈 but it was stunning✨                    


                 We headed out to Crag Cave in Castleisland, where for €12 we got a detailed tour of the dimly lit underground cave.                                             My off the shoulder blue stipe shirt is again from Penneys paired it with denim, tan and gold accessories, this would be fab with white jeans too and tan heels 😍

                The next day we went shopping in Killarney but there wasn’t much in the town! But I still managed to buy a few bits in Penneys don’t you know🙈

                  If you haven’t already I would definitely recommend as an adult, to take a trip to the west of Ireland and take in the scenery under the sun because there is no where quite like Ireland when the sun shines 😍☀️🇮🇪 

             Thanks for reading to the end I know it was a long one 😂😘                   
                           Much love 💜

                            #lovethis

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