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Travel Blogs from Lahinch
Another little surf town Lahinch has a very big beach and a beachy laid back feel. We stayed here two nights and the town was very busy because the weather was good and I think its school holidays. We went to the Cliffs of Moher and enjoyed a very long walk along the cliffs over looking the Atlantic Ocean. It was a sunny and rather hot day which was very nice for a change! ...
... of cliffs have been formed and lasted for millennia is an amazing thought as we hiked and walked along the tourist paths. We had also toured onto the unapproved areas, along with thousands others this day. 700 ft cliffs 4 - 5 feet away from the path. Gives one an impressive thankfulness of being alive and in control of oneself. Hope you get to see some of the views. Having chatted with on one of the retail shop keepers, I asked how many ...
... after our guide told us it was the best place for seafood we would be at while in Ireland! It sure was delicious, and knowing how fresh it was (not out of a can) made it even better! From here we stopped at the Paulnaborne, which I believe was originally a burial site, however it was so cold and we were so tired this was the shortest stop. Our last stop was a castle that we snapped a quick picture of before going into The ...
... From this moment on, once the fair has
started, there is singing and dancing, but mainly drinking. Pubs stay
open until 3.00 AM although last call is at 02:30. On the opening day
there is a horse fair and on the second day there is a cattle fair.
One of the most popular theory is that the event pays tribute to a wild
goat that alerted the town to the advancing armies of military leader ...
... lighthouse, Seven Churches and Dia Ang... (SP), a stone fort dating
back to 2000 B.C. The island was practically deserted allowing us to
see everything and wander everywhere. We even jumped the fences
around one of the many forts as we were given permission to do so by
the guy who rented us the bikes. It was a great day and a perfect
way to leave Ireland.
The next morning, at 4am, I left Galway
which was a bit ...