Great Blasket Island (County Kerry, Ireland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... to document the details of their punishing existence. And so it was that such authors as Tomás Ó Criomhthain ( The Islandman, 1937) and Muiris Ó Súilleabháin ( Twenty Years A-Growing, 1933) used the Irish language to tell their tales of fishing, of drinking sour milk and stuffing sheep's intestines, and of being unable to reach the mainland for weeks on end.Yet another figure is somehow ... more
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by - written on 28/05/10, updated on 28/05/10 (Very useful, 238 readings)
At the farthest western extremity of Ireland, the farthest western extremity of Europe, a gnarled ancient tendril of sandstone thrusts its defiant knuckle out into an unforgiving ocean. It's a land of dramatic contrasts: of staggering mountains and sublime beaches, of verdant farmland and tiny fishing ports both clinging to the links of land between the hills and the sea. A place steeped in history and pre-history, drenched in deep and deeper magic, and whose economy is worryingly dependant on one renegade dolphin. Welcome to the Dingle peninsula: one of the greatest cul-de-sacs on Earth. Westward Ho! ========== Most visitors ... Read the complete review
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