Dingle Way; Day 2 Camp to Anascaul-18K

With the early sun and sunrise I woke at 6. Kathleen and a delicious Full Irish Breakfast prepared right at 8.

The walk from Camp crossing from Tralee Bay would take me to the southern side of the Dingle Peninsula. The walking was pleasant with a moderate uphill through farmlands.
The view of Dingle Bay coming down from the hills was breathtaking. Following close to the Bay I came to Inch Beach jutting out into the Bay. Just beautiful.
Leaving Inch Beach I walked on to Dingles Gate Hostel. The owner Brian would not let me in early so I walked into Anascaul about 1 1/2 mile further. Nice to save a bit of money as this was less than half the price of a B&B.
The local pub is The South Pole Inn which was owned by Tom Crean years ago. He was a famous Irish Explorer sailing with Edward Shackleford to The Antarctic. They served a good fish and chips.

Tom Crean

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