Did you mean?Try your search again
You will see these everywhere around the roads. We spotted quite a lot as we drove round the coastal roads of the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry.
I have included a picture of another one in my travelogue....
I have to plead ignorance as to the reason for them being located in such positions so if anyone does know I would be very grateful to hear....
Updated Aug 4, 2005
Smirting is a combination of the words smoking + flirting, geddit? It started when people had to go out for a ciggie after the ban was enforced, and got chatting to fellow smokers outside on the street, eyes meeting across a cloud of blue nicotine... ;) So you may just meet a local hottie in this way!!
REMEMBER - Since March 2004, you CANNOT smoke inside bars, cafes or restaurants, or anywhere where people are working (e.g. taxis, offices etc.)
The legislation is officially known as the Public Health (Tobacco) Act, see link to it below for a summary.
You may smoke in outside in the street or in designated smoking areas, but never inside a place where people are working (includes offices, bars, restaurants, shops, shopping centres, taxis, etc)
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Dingle Skellig Hotel Dingle
1 Review and 498 Opinions The Skellig is a lovely hotel. the staff are all nice and most of them are locals. Their is usually...
Greenmount House Dingle
1 Review and 309 Opinions All I can say is fabulous breakfast!!! Rooms were quiet, comfortable, and clean. John Curran, one of...
Ballintaggart House Dingle
3 Reviews and 68 Opinions We had our wedding here last month, and I'm struggling to find words to describe it - none of the...