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But eventually it opened, and by that time, the sky was blue!
So to the Cliffs of Moher it was!
I took the bus there, and joined the trail of ants going up the hill to the cliffs. I had no idea what to expect when I got up there, but I didn't expect it to be as breath-taking as it was!
It was beautiful!
I walked along one way until I got to a flat part where I fully intended to take photos ...
... we spent the night in Cork, but this was purely to break the journey. We stayed at a hotel outside of the town so cannot really comment on the place. It was merely a means to an end.
Next morning we drove to Lahinch. This is a really (I mean really!) small town. It probably only consists of three streets and on this day we were met with atrocious weather – howling gale force winds, sleet and freezing temperatures. The beautiful, old Atlantic Hotel in the ...
... to get bad tomorrow, today is a good day to drive out to Connemara. So we did. It reminded me very much of Scotland - hilly and rocky and sea coast, sheep everywhere, heather and gorse. It was all very scenic and we took a lot of pictures. W also did a bit of shopping, just to keep it balanced.
When we got back to Galway in the dark and the rain, we parked and by accident found a little French bistro where we had a glass of wine and ...
... music was being played and I managed to score us a table right up near the band. The three piece were just type band I love, talented, but a little rough around the edges, preferring to play for fun rather than for the money. Cracking joke and pranks, there was an acoustic guitarist, a fiddler and an accordion player. I only knew one song in every four. After a few more pints, I swear I'm not an alcoholic, I headed back here to Kinlay. Need to get some rest, tomorrow is Inis ...
... around for some time taking pictures and just enjoying the ambiance and then headed back toward Kilkee following Mr. Deli Man's directions. I was quite sure, once again, that I had missed a turn somewhere but eventually we found signage and we were on the right track all along. Along the way we spotted a car park so turned in and got to see more cliffs and a big cut of the Atlantic into the land. Sadly, this was the only place we visited in Ireland where there were signs telling ...