Cliffs of Moher Photos

From Ennis we went to the Burren (a part of Ireland with exposed limestone hills), Aillwee Cave (a large cave in the Burren), and the Cliffs of Moher. The cliffs were incredible. From there we took a ferry across the Shannon and spent the night in Tralee.

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Sue in the Burren.
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Inside Aillwee cave.
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The Burren up close. Lots of limestone rocks and scrub.
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The limestone of the Burren has been weathered over the years to have lots of cracks and strange shapes.
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Sue and I at the Cliffs of Moher.
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Looking down at people who are peering over the edge of the cliffs.
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O'Brien's tower. This was built in the 19th century as a tourist attraction, and it's still being used that way.
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Sue at the tower. It was an incredibly windy day as you can see.
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Me looking over the edge of the cliffs. You can see 600 feet straight down to where the water is crashing against the rocks.
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Looking back at other people looking over the edge.
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There was a strange rock sitting at the base of the cliff with the tower on top.
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The path along the cliffs. The high winds made it a pretty unsettling walk.
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