Later after lunch we all went out and stopped at a cute little store and bought peat and candy. Then to St. Branden's Creek, where St. Branden, the navigator, was said to have left to sail to North America. This is where a fairly large creek comes down and meets the sea. The wind was truly blowing a gale at this time. There were warning signs that during high tide and high winds people had been blown into the sea and lost at this place.
Next we went back to Gallarus Castle so that Dona and Ann could have a look. It is not open at this time of the year.
Next we found a wonderful little local style pub where Dona and Ann had afternoon tea and Ron had afternoon Ale. The name of this pub is Bric's Pub and was recommended as the cottage owners favorite pub. The women had wonderful stories to tell and we are planning to go back Friday evening for a music session.
Next we made a short stop at a monastic site called Raisc. This is a very important site in this area and we will be back during better weather.
Tonight we are in Dingle and we are going to dinner at John Benny's Pub and then we will be listening to Eilse Kennedy who is a very famous singer. Her husband is also very well know as a button box player and he will be performing tonight also.
Let the Guinness Flow!!