Aran View Country House Hotel
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We woke up pretty early today to try and do the cliffs of moher on our own. We quickly realized that it would be cheaper and easier to take a tour instead. We had an hour to kill before the tour started so we walk around town. I found an amazing Irish sweater! It was a little expensive but it's so worth it! We made our way to the bus station and got on our tour bus! We got to see sooo many castle ruins on our bus ride! Our ...
... rules he can't break a pinky promise. He just can't!
I went back to Lehinch then and sat in the beach, and as i was sitting there and there were surfer people around, i offered to watch a girl's bag while she surfed. It began raining heavily while she was out, and although they would make no impact to her in the water, it would mean her clothes would get damp. So i ran and got a bin bag to keep them dry.
I wrote a note to say what i did, and given the ground was ...
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 ...
... then down to Ballyvaughan on corkscrew road. This road was built in the 1840's as a famine relief project and offers stunning views and incredible vistas. We headed south along the coast road at the base of the Burren to Fanore and the beach. Here we watched very hardy Irish folk running into the ocean, swimming and surfing.
Back in Doolin we walked over to Fitz's Pub about 7:30 for good food and great music, were home by 9:30, both tired and ready for ...
... The track is still being built so after a hour of walking it suddenly turned into muddy muck in a farmer's paddock. We decided rather than battling through we would instead turn back and walk along the road. It had also started to rain. Got to the pub for lunch just before a bus load of Americans came in and were literally shouting their orders out to the staff "I'LL HAVE 3 DIET COKES, DO WE PAY HERE?" so much so that we decided to move to another spot. We left ...