When the clouds do part and the sun does shine, it pours. A sunbreak as the folks in Seattle say. "Just grand," is how the Irish express it.
Dingle is the quintessential seaport village, located on the Dingle Peninsula in southwest Ireland. Home to less than 2,000 souls and visited by over a million tourists each year. Even Christopher Columbus came to visit in 1477 before he sailed Stateside.
When you order the famed fish'n'chips, this is how it comes: out of the sea and into a delivery truck,
then driven across the street and cooked into the traditional gastronomic delight.
The quiet, colorful streets seem to glow.
All beautiful days come to an end. Rain is on its way. Time to dream of more scattered sunshine!
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