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Travel Blogs from Doolin
... voyage. I survived by standing in the middle of the boat, looking off into the horizon and singing the theme song from Gilligans Island.
The day ended with the traditional pub dinner and a pint of Guinness. An early bedtime and watched the movie All is Lost (about a shipwreck!).
... see it from all different angles. The Cliffs also house a large population of puffins that come in from Africa around the end of March. We were too early to see them so I guess we will just have to go back for another visit! Bummer ;-)
Dunguaire Castle was along our route and was a pleasant surprise on our way to Dublin.
... bleeding. I was absolutely exhausted but the scenery was incredible. It was like walking along the Great Ocean Road near the 12 apostles. Some of you may have been there before. The cliffs were huge and the water below was so rough that sometimes it smashed against the rocks and sprayed sea water high up the cliffs and over my head! I am flying to London on Thursday and getting ready for the final ...
The Hag and Cu Chulainn
There once was a hag or witch called Mal. She fell in love with Cú Chulainn, the great warrior who was a member of the legendary Red Branch, the warrior band of ...
... visit to the Cliffs of Moher.
We left due East across the mainland of Ireland as we slowly made our way to Belfast and the ferries to Scotland. Along the way we stopped at Clonmacoise which is a dreary little old monastic settlement in the middle of nowhere.
Built in the 11th century by a determined little group of monks it was destroyed and rebuilt and attacked over thirty times by a range of enemies including the Normans, the Vikings and other Irish over ...