I recently was very priviledge to be invited along on a trip to Ireland. My husband is of Irish decendance so we were very thrilled to get this chance to go and explore the place where his ancestors worked, walked and played. Below is a very small photo diary of the time that we spent there. It was glorious. The people couldn’t be more friendly, the drinks more tasty or the scenery more beautiful.
Come on this trip with me and see it through my eyes.
Dublin as seen from the Guinness Beer Tasking Room
Kilmainham Goal is where most of the Irish rebellion leaders were imprisioned and some later executed
Glendalough in the Wicklow Mountains. Founded by St. Kevins in the 6th century was an early medieval monastic settlement
Tombstones at Glendalough
Walking path to one of the two lakes at Glendalough
Kilkenny Castle on a threatening day
Kells Priory was one of the largest and most important medieval monuments in Ireland
Church at Kells Priory seen from the graveyard
Tower at Blarney Castle as seen from the Top of the Castle itself
Tree growing on rocks on the land at Blarney Castle
Walkway on the lands of Blarney Castle
Ross Castle on the outskirts of Killarney
The lake as seen from the tower of Ross Castle
The color green from this image attests to why Ireland is called the Emerald Isle
Celtic Cross on the outskirts of the Burren
The Island of Inisheer is the closest and the smallest of the Aran Islands
Fort on the Island of Inisheer
Traps and a boat on the Island of Inisheer
The famous Cliffs of Moher. Note the grandeur of these cliffs. No wonder they have been used in movies and photographed by everyone who sets foot near them.
Located at the edge of the Burren region in County Clare they are the most visited attraction in Ireland and soar 702 at their highest point