My hubby & I just returned from a glorious, glorious anniversary trip to Ireland. For those of you who have never been, I HIGHLY recommend it. Seriously, do what you have to do to get there! I had heard that every bend in the road brought the next most beautiful thing you had ever seen, and it’s so true. I still can’t make up my mind what was my favorite part. We drove narrow winding roads through beautiful lush green countryside, then drove narrow windy roads along the cliffs of the ocean. Everything was breathtaking. I was in awe. God has blessed me so much to be able to see some of his most gorgeous creations. I’m not going to overload the blog with pictures (mainly b/c I’ve only got about 1/2 of the pics downloaded so far!), but here are a few of my faves!
On the way to the Dingle PeninsulaDingle PeninsulaDingle Peninsula–soooo windy!Dingle PeninsulaTown of Dingle
Slea HeadSlea HeadSlea Head
Slea HeadCliffs of MoherCliffs of MoherCliffs of MoherGalwayGalwayAntrim County, Northern IrelandGiant’s CausewayGiant’s CausewayCarrick-A-Rede Rope BridgeCarrick-A-Rede Rope BridgeCarrick-A-Rede
Carrick-A-RedeWhitepark BayDunluce CastleFor those of you interested in our route–here it is. We basically drove the perimeter of the whole country (which is about the size of West Virginia). We stayed nights in Killarney, Galway, Balleycastle (Northern Ireland, UK), and Malahide (suburb of Dublin). The dots are places we stopped in between.