Aran View Country House Hotel
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... cross erected in memory of then100's who died along this road searching for food.
Trying to dodge showers we stopped at the Aasleagh Falls (we think it's Irish for Ashleigh?), running furiously after the recent rain.
We stopped at Leenane, which is situated on the top end of the Killary harbour, an Irish example of a fjord. We enjoyed a lovely coffee and lunch at the Sheep and Wool centre, Aran Island ...
... man who was very entertaining. We took that same ferry on a ride to see the cliffs from the water. They were incredible. The next day we spent hours hiking along the tops of the cliffs and saw another awesome angle of the cliffs. We loved the time we spent in Doolin and loved the mixture of relaxation and exploration we got to experience in the small coastal city.
... simply did not feel the need to stay behind the barriers. There were so many people tempting fate, trying to get that once-in-a-lifetime picture. SteveB inquired as to how many people died falling off the cliffs each year and the answer was 4-6 per year.
Anyway, we walked around the top of the cliffs for a while and enjoyed all of the different views of the cliffs. At one point, there is an electric fence right next to the path the visitors are on. We knew it was there, but I ...
Well we arrive in Doolin to stay with Susan in Daly's house. When we get to town we can go left or right. We chose right and of course it is left.
We arrived at Susan's at around the same time as a very nice American family ( Sherry, Bill and Kerry from Chattanooga ) Susan welcomed us by making a baileys coffee not sure if there was any coffee in there but it was nice.
We had a very nice room and Rory got his own room which he was chuffed about. Susan made ...
... are wonderful.
The limestone pavement of the Burren is a really fascinating landscape. The pavement is made up of “clints” (flat slabs) and “grikes” (deep clefts). In the grikes, sheltered from the prevailing winds, grow all manner of wild flowers which would not normally be found this far north and in such bleak windswept countryside. At this time of year we saw ...