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  • Day5

    Doolin

    July 2, 2019 in Ireland ⋅ ⛅ 13 °C

    We continue following the coastline south, passing through the Burren. All around you is pale grey stone ribboned with crags and crevices; miniature cliffs spread like mosaics as far as the horizon. The Burren is a limestone landscape formed millions of years ago, where there are over 80 tombs scattered across this sparse terrain, dating from the Mesolithic era right through the Iron Age.

    Further on we pass through Doolin, famous for its pubs full of traditional Irish music. We go down to its harbour where many craft shops are, but mainly its the point where you can get the ferry to the Aran islands, including one made famous by "Father Ted".
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