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.