Is the Food Good in Ireland? In Dingle it is! | GypsyNester | Celebrating Life After Kids ™
The centenary of the death of Thomas Ashe, a commander in the Easter Rising, was commemorated in his native west Kerry today. Famed for his victory during the Battle of Ashbourne, the subsequent death of the Lispole man while on hunger strike in Mountjoy led to an outpouring of national grief. RTÉ News
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Delighted to share with you this article from journalists, GypsyNester-Celebrating Life After Kids who stayed with us this summer. What an amazing itinerary they had! This article will make you hungry! http://www.gypsynester.com/dingle.htm
Just over a week to go until the 2017 Dingle Peninsula Food Festival! Are you excited? The festival takes place from September 29th to October 1st 2017. #DingleFoodieTown http://www.dinglebenners.com/Dingle-Foodie-Town.html
A few photos of our potted crab and whiskey-praline truffles from the Dingle Food Festival. Big thanks to the organisers at Dingle Food Festival for making this possible and to everyone who visited our stand over the weekend!
Well done to the transition year girls from Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne on the launch of their fantastic book, When I Was Young, at Dingle Benners Hotel. The night was a huge success with a huge turnout. Congratulations
Weekend is almost over! But #TBEXIreland kicks off Tuesday and hope everyone visiting enjoys the Dingle experience too! #TBEX #Dingle Best of Luck to Mike O' Shea who is one of the TOP Speakers at TBEX