Hill walking

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Dingle Bay from Windy Gap
The sun shone! All day!! We did a fantastic (2) circular around the hill Seefin behind the campsite then down through the town with stop off for a cup of tea to walk over and round the hill behind Rossbehy Creek and spit of land. We met a group of pony trekkers on the first hill and chatted to walkers on the latter half but didn't see anyone at all on the second hill. As we came down towards the creek, we were kept entertained by hang gliders, etc who had a fantastic day for it. The views we had were amazing. More can be seen on www.myspace.com/themilliedog. 
We both soaked our feet in a bowl of cold water when we got back to the site as we were so hot and sore. At last we had found somewhere away from the roads where we could walk although it was still all fenced either side of the paths so you couldn't go to hill summits wherever you wanted to.
We'd intended to maybe go and enjoy some Irish music in a bar in the evening but were pretty shattered. We could hear some from the site though later and weren't particularly impressed - sounded more like folk kareoke with backing tracks rather than live music. We enjoyed the buskers more in the cities
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Dingle Bay from Windy Gap
Dingle Bay from Windy Gap
The hill we walked round!
The hill we walked round!
Camp at Glenbeigh
Camp at Glenbeigh
Glenbeigh
photo by: JannyG