This picture shows the rugged landscape of the Burren region, which we passed through, on our way to the Cliffs of Moher today.
Lisdoonvarna is the town famous for its matchmakers, the olden day equivalent of the lonely hearts clubs. The matchmakers here are far ahead of those other imitations, and if you come here in September, you may just find that perfect match you have been looking for. The Lisdoonvarna Festival can be found online with all the details and the Festival runs for six weeks, including all of the month of September. This is the place to be.
In this picture above, we have, from the left, Carol, Gracie, and Drew.
What the last group i toured with would have given for this weather today, as the only thing they got a good view of, was the fog that day. So sorry for the Gray party of last weeks tour. I know i am brilliant but i cannot control the weather.
Here we have, from the left, Drew, Gracie, and Carol, enjoying the magnificent views in the golden sunshine.
Gracie, in memory of her late Mom. What a special moment for this lovely young lady.
O'Briens's Tower, at the edge of the cliffs, overlooking the broad Atlantic. Next stop America.
Another view of the Cliffs.
A pensive Carol. A lovely lady, having the time of her life, and so deserving of that.
This old ruined cottage, stands on the edge of the Burren, not far from the Cliffs. What a magical place to live, in fine weather. How did they survive in the long winter though.
This was a great day for all of us today, and one to remember for my new friends.
Tomorrow we head for Killarney, one of my favourite places on this very special Island of ours.
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