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Day 3. Kinvarra to Doolin (30th July)

Miles biked. 35

Day three, started at 9am as I headed down from my room for breakfast. The table was set, but there was no one around and the house was a deathly quiet.   1,178 more words

From Heaney’s Death of a Naturalist, a short, sweet poem capturing the symbiosis of land and sea. 

The timeless waves, bright sifting, broken glass,

Came dazzling around, into the rocks, 66 more words


The Cliffs of Moher

One of the most important tourist attractions in Ireland is the spellbinding Cliffs of Moher. Located in the west of Ireland, the cliffs are famous worldwide. 50 more words


Ireland June 2015 Part 3

Roundstone, Connemara, Ireland

Me at the Cliffs of Moher

Me at the Cliffs of Moher

Dingle, Ireland

Dingle, Ireland

Dingle, Ireland

Dingle, Ireland

Dingle, Ireland… 18 more words


Rocking on!

Day 14: Lahinch to Galway
60 miles, Av 13.2 mph, max 29.8 mph, 4 hrs 29 mins cycling

We had aspirationally packed our swimming trunks, and until now they had remained untouched, but the amazing bay, perfect clear sunrise and the commitment of a decision made the evening before meant we took our first and only dip in the sea. 295 more words


Western Ireland

Method of Travel: Ryanair flight from London-Stansted to Shannon

How Long: 3 days, 2 nights

When: Mid-October

Accommodation: We stayed in a private room in a very nice lady’s home through… 642 more words


And May the Sun Always Rise on Your Pig

I’ll admit it took me a bit to warm to Ireland. The gloomy, temperamental weather and its sad chronicles left me feeling blue. But the tinge of melancholy that gripped me during our first few days evaporated once we started hiking along the sea, and when our children arrive in Shannon for week two, not even a wailing banshee can dampen my spirits. 712 more words