This week I spent some time amongst the rolling hills of the Dingle Peninsula. Even with inclement weather, the place is amazingly beautiful. I can recommend this great Airbnb house in Anascaul village, 20 mins outside Dingle and 10 mins from Inch beach! Anascaul lake is also 10 mins north of the village and has an amazingly picturesque valley setting, as seen in the photo above. Check out some more photos of the lake here.
Tucked away off one of the streets in Dingle is An Díseart convent of the Presentation Sisters order which I visited. In 1924, the convent commissioned Harry Clarke to created 6 sets of stained glass windows for the convert chapel. On first glance, the stained glass look to portray the usual religious scenes but on further inspection the mesmerising detail of each square centimeter of the glass becomes apparent.
The photo above is of one small section of one of the windows. If you ever get a chance to visit, it is well worth the 3 EUR entrance fee. Spend some time staring at each window and they will start to jump out at you! :-) You can see some more photos of the amazingly detailed stained glass winwos here.