On Thusday we booked a trip to the Dingle because the ACET School has days off at the weekend.
We started our trip in Killarney where many people can speak Irish (Galic) language.
Unfortunately, only 8% people living in Ireland could speak Irish. In XVII century Ireland lost her independence because of the England. Irish started to speak English. In 1846-1848 there was a large hunger connected with potato blight, that was why many people left their houses and went away throught the Ocean. The Irish began to be used in 1922 when the independence of Ireland was declared. In 1998 Irish became an official language of governement.
After that we moved to Inch Beach where we had a beautiful view on the Atlantic Ocean. There were a lot of tourists from all over the world. We met a woman eg. from California. It is a great place for surfing! You can rent a surf and take a surfing lesson there.
At the end of our trip we arrived to Dingle and took a picture with a dolphin Fungie and ate delicious lunch.
Fungie is also known as the Dingle Dolphin. It lives in very close contact with humans in Dingle. According to locals it was first seen in the harbour in 1983. Many tourist offices provide a ship trips to see a Fungie in his natural environment.
In Dingle you can eat fresh fish and seafood. I chose a dish with salomon, cod, monkfish, mussles and prawns baked with cheese.