Photo Diary: Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

For my first post of 2017 I decided to do a photo diary about the Cliffs of Moher. I took so many photos of it and I absolutely wanted to share more than only a few. I've already been to Ireland a few times, mostly to Dublin. I love their lifestyle especially the live music, singing, dancing, talking and drinking Guinness. You can find my travel guide for the city here.  Last time I visited the green island, I wanted to see more of the country than the capital.

It was so worth it!

I rented a car and drove from Dublin to Galway and from Galway to the Cliffs of Moher. I had seen a lot of gorgeous photos on the internet and I was very excited to finally take cliff-photos of my own. They didn't disappoint me, that's for sure. The Cliffs are amazing. They are more than 700 feet tall, stretched over 5 miles on the Atlantic coastline and more than 300 million years old. They are home to plenty of birds and I can imagine why. The Cliffs of Moher are nature at its best.

The eco-friendly, grass roofed Cliffs of Moher visitor center on top of the cliffs.
The eco-friendly, grass roofed Cliffs of Moher visitor center on top of the cliffs.
The view of O'Brien's Tower from the end of the 'official' path.
The view of O'Brien's Tower from the end of the 'official' path.
Glad to be back behind the barrier...;-)
Glad to be back behind the barrier...;-)
The legend about the cliffs is that there was once a large river. 'The river flowed down bringing mud and sand with ... and eventually formed the rock layers.' (Cliffs of Moher visitor center)
The legend about the cliffs is that there was once a large river. 'The river flowed down bringing mud and sand with ... and eventually formed the rock layers.' (Cliffs of Moher visitor center)
It took us all strong will and energy to climb up to the tower anyways ;-)
It took us all strong will and energy to climb up to the tower anyways ;-)

Byebye gorgeous cliffs! It was a pleasure meeting you.

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