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We left Cricceth today after two great days in Wales, which is not enough time but it did give us a taste for this great country and beautiful it is! Our hosts where very nice and the B&B was fabulous with full Welsh Breakfasts go keep you going all morning.
We had to get up early today as our next destination is Ireland and there's a ferry to catch at Holyhead which is about an hour's drive up the road from Cricceth. As we approached the ...
... and luckily it has stopped raining, so i can pack up without getting wet. The drive today is about 200ks north to Donegal, and then west to a tiny little village called Glencolumbkille. Its very isolated, and has some amazing views of cliffs and the Atlantic ocean. No more camping tonight, as i have booked into a hotel for $25 a night. The place is really nice considering its location. I take a short drive to the end of the road ...
... of the team Alexander gibbs, another acupuncturist, and Dr John (aka Dr. John Philpo aka “Dr. Phil”… as some call him), and I ran and put 2 euros on his car, so felt like an official temp! just like Kenneth from 30 Rock! And Colin’s wife and his baby came into the clinic and he took me out for a smoothie, yummm, they all know I don’t drink coffee (which wa received with somewhat of a shock – mostly because I’m American and ...
... of Moher to help conquer my fears of heights. I have a few pictures of me close to the edge of the cliff, so it worked a little bit, but I still got a sick feeling when I was near the edge! Hoping by the time I come back it's almost gone! The view from the tops of the cliffs were amazing! I felt like the queen of the world standing up there!
After spending a couple hours there, we headed back to Galway. Then all of us but three changed, and headed ...
... been hanging low all day so bad luck for us. We walk the cliff top, check the visitor centre, have coffee and waited there for over two hours waiting for the wind to pick up and blow the fog away, alas not, we gave up and moved on and will be happy to look at the google images. We will not come back tomorrow.
Next we travel through the Burren area of county Clare. The word "Burren"
comes from an Irish word ...