A Letter from Dingle
Rick receives hundreds of letters from around the world, but he especially enjoys the ones that are from people who live in the places he covers in his guidebooks and television shows. This Irish student appreciated Rick's depiction of the Dingle Peninsula, which is located on the westernmost tip of Ireland. Dingle offers just the right mix of far-and-away beauty, ancient archaeological wonders, and isolated walks or bike rides — all within convenient reach of its main town.
I am a 15-year-old high school student. I attend the all-Gaelic high school on the Dingle Peninsula that was once owned by Lord Ventury. I am here visiting the United States for the holiday. Today I watched a show of yours where you and your family toured around the west coast of Ireland. I found your show very interesting and informative.
I have seen many shows that have toured around Ireland but none were as enjoyable and as realistic as yours. Being from the area of Dingle I was able to relate to this show because it was not fake like many others I have seen before. After the show I browsed around your website and found it to be very interesting as well. On your website, you say that the Gaelic high school has 140 pupils boarding there, in actual fact the numbers of pupils have decreased and now there are only 90 pupils. I would like to thank for the enjoyment I got from your television show and your website.
Thank you or as they say in my country, "Go raibh mile mile maith agat!"
Mise le meas,
Sile Ni Arrachtain