Location: Inis Mor. The largest of the Aran Islands.
How I travelled there: Took an Aran Island Ferry from the pier in Ros a Mhil, Connemara. (You can also avail of an Aran Island ferry service from Doolin Pier)
When there, you need to:
- Rent a bike and cycle around the island.
- Check out the gorgeous beaches
- Visit the famous Poll na bPeist (this is where the Red Bull Cliff Dive takes place each year. Unfortunately, I ran out of time and didn’t get to see it during my trip. Definitely going to go back to see it however) If you don’t have a fear of heights, the Dún Aonghasa cliff is worth a visit.
Where to go for food & drink: Ti Joe Wattys Pub
Here are some pictures I snapped during my trip:
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There is NOTHING like a day in North Clare to completely clear the mind! It’s an incredible place and one that has to be seen first hand. Regardless of the weather, this landscape is just amazing to experience.
Below are some shots from Blackhead Lighthouse a few weeks ago.
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Just some shots from a wonderful hike out in Leenane, Connemara, a few weeks back. Storm Euan was kicking off on the day I was there, hence the storm clouds in some of the shots!
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There are few places quite like Achill…
but there’s no place like Keem Bay!
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Some places are just worth a 6 hour car journey, and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is one such place!
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If you visit Galway, you have to visit Connemara. And if you visit Connemara, you have to visit its beaches!
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There’s a nomadic madness to Galway City that no one really quite understands unless they’re from the county itself.
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