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... these impossible looking hills, were now in such decay and disrepair that many appeared as no more than thin green lines, and they did little to keep the sheep on one side or the other. With every step the view was that much better, until finally we reached the top carpark and lookouts. From here, we were finally able to see the magnificent cliffs. Form here we started to follow a hiking trail which leads up into the mountains high above; however, despite our insatiable ...
Left Bunratty Haven B&B at 9:40. The day was spent in driving to the Cliffs of Moher and through The Burren. We took the long route to Cliffs of Moher through Kilrush, Kilkee, Quilty among other small towns. Cliffs of Moher was the most touristy place we have been to so far.... parking lot, visitors center, walking paths, etc. To appreciate Cliffs of Moher you should go look it up on the internet. Cliffs that rise ...
... euros) with two tolls it wasn't terrible but still something we had not anticipated.
It's strange seeing the switch from miles (Northern Ireland) to kilometers (Republic of Ireland) and crossing into another country without even really knowing it. While they are different countries there are no longer border crossings to worry about and you never really know when you've crossed into the other one; with the exception of the street signs changing as I mentioned and in ...
... scenic way to the castle
Arrived at the castle around 430 and met Eva
Checked in, talked with Eva, bathed, relaxed, and searched for hostels
Spoke with peter for several hours
Went to town, found out they don't sell beet past 10
Stopped at the local pub
Headed home with a couple of ciders from the pub
... I wanted the fabled Galway seafood chowder. Luckily we found Blake's Bar in a timely manner, just as the night's football match commenced. We ate a hearty chowder and west coast seafood board meal and stayed for the duration of the match.
Our next pub stop was very clearly a bookmaker bar. As it turns out, bookmakers do not bind leather covered James Joyce classics, as one might imagine. I finally ordered a Redbreast whiskey while the others enjoyed their pints. ...