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We awoke to a beautiful day viewed from our sumptuous bedroom! Breakfast was another freshly cooked meal - full Irish for Anthony and a cheese and ham omelette for me (with smoked salmon on the side!). Naturally we only needed a banana for lunch. The sun was shining and the drive was full of beautiful coastal and green farmland scenery yet again. …
... for quite a way along the bay, but no time for a walk today. There was a hut set up by the surf school, a couple of people on the sand having lessons, with the more advanced ones in the water. The shop there looked like an institution and there were plenty of busses calling in to keep it running. I noted that from 5th October they were winding back to 4 days per week. We headed straight to Dingle, no time to take a boat out and say hi to Fungie, ...
... down on a cliff with a thousand foot drop or something. Our legs were dangling off the edge and the wind was very strong. I think it's pure luck that we didn't topple right over the edge and fall to our deaths. The experience was quite a thrill though. So anyway after that we headed over to Galway, and I'm pretty sure I slept the entire car ride. Finding our next host was relatively easy compared to our last two locations, which were both, quite literally, in the middle ...
... was very good too because he knew what each one was and some history about it! We stopped at the aillwee caves on our tour and went into them. It was very cool to see. Next stop was at the cliffs of moher!! They were very beautiful! But very very windy. We walked along them for a bit and took lots of pictures, then boarded the bus for lunch! We had lunch in this little coastal town called Doolin. It was so cute! And ...
... shelter donation was of higher value. Back to the famine graves, because so many people died they are all buried in mass graves marked with stones above. Very somber and sad place. Moving on from the graves we headed to an ancient burial ground. The old Celtics buried family in these weird stone huts, apparently they used to scatter the country side but as time has gone on they have collapsed. After the burial slabs we headed to a fairy fort. Yes I know it ...