Burren

Burren, Ireland

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Rock climbing at the Burren and Eoin Coughlan, The Burren, Ireland travel blog

Rock climbing at the Burren and Eoin Coughlan

A travel blog entry by pckujawa

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... forward to seeing an M.A. student, Eoin Coughlan, playing acoustic guitar at Dolan's Pub, as well as rock climbing at the Burren. Well, I was not disappointed. Saturday night, Philip, Deitike, Kelly, Dorien, and I took the bus into the city and walked ...

scenic day tour of county clare, Cliffs of moher/burren, Ireland travel blog

scenic day tour of county clare

A travel blog entry by mptomich

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... . The burren, a 150 sq km barren limestone landscape was formed some 300 odd million years ago during the carboniferous period when Ireland was only a pipedream in the eyes of the geologic gods. As a part of Pangaea, the supercontinent, and located on ...

The Burren and Cliffs of Moher, The Burren, Ireland travel blog

The Burren and Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by leann-robyn

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... some of these amazing sights first hand. The Burren is a rolling, rocky area on the West side of Ireland, in County Clare. The word Burren comes from the Irish word boirreann and actually means “rocky place”, a perfectly descriptive ...

Burren and sea, Burren, Ireland travel blog

Burren and sea

A travel blog entry by thehills

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We drove through the Burren area, via a coast route.  As the name implies, it's a barren and rocky place, though the way we took added a bit more plant life than if you go further inland.  Still, it was rocky and somewhat bleak, with just hard ...