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... to go far . . . we have several bars, ', pubs at the end of the gate :-)
Monday . . . raining & overcast and we're heading out to walk the Cliffs of Moher. The cliffs are at the southwestern edge of the Burren Region. They rise 120 meters above the Atlantic and reach a height of 214 meters at O'Briens Tower. ...
... to keep.
It only takes us ten minutes to drive through the sleepy village of Doolin-this town is more of a nocturnal creature-and to the crowded Cliffs of Moher. The parking lot is a chaotic mess of cars and motorhomes,mud and sludge. The wind doesn't make it very easy to even exit the car. The wind is so strong it reminds Elizabeth of the wind that nearly unhinged the motorhome door when she was a kid. Both her and Sharon's hair look like a bird nest ...
have a thing about looking at things from more than one angle.
Not only does it give me a new perspective and new size to look at, but it also makes me a lot more knowledgeable about things than I actually am.
So today I took a boat trip around the Cliffs of Moher.
Some could say I wanted Moher...budoom tish!
Sorry that was awful!
Anyway, I was preparing for the price that was written on the website. €20. Not ideal, but I wanted to go.
But when ...
... now I had planned on having lunch here in a cafe called Rory in Gaelic but no way was I eating anything.
Anyway we had a nice visit and it was getting time to depart. We so we make our way to the pier. When we were at the pier Rod and I look across and there is a man waiting for the ferry and I tell you if it was not Father Jack it was his twin. Rod and I smiled and saw this as another sign ( although I won't count this one).
Now as I said before ...
... is a small picturesque fishing village at the head of Galway Bay with Dunguaire Castle just to the east.
We headed south, up into the Burren and came first to Corcomroe Abbey. This was built in 1182 by Donal Mor O'Brien, King of Thummond. It became a Cistercian Abbey in 1249 until it's dissolution in 1564. The Cistercian order of monks favoured isolated locations where they became self sufficient by farming and could withdraw from ...