Now that your pronunciation is correct, just work on that Irish accent and I will begin. The Cliffs of Moher are located on the west coast of Ireland, just half an hour from where we stayed overnight at Corrofin. In true backpacker style, we parked a kilometer from the designated car park (€8, that’s $16 people – to park!) and walked along the road until we got to the entrance. It was a fine morning, although (as there has been every day) there was a band of smog or similar hanging in the air and the far cliffs were almost impossible to see. It defies me how this ‘smog’ can hang in the air for days when there is a 60km/h wind…? A postcard will be sent to whoever can explain this phenomenon! I digress. The cliffs were very impressive; almost exhilarating to stand atop the sheer 200m vertical rise above the Atlantic (and hold on for dear life). No photos for P-Bear here!
Tonight, we’re in Galway, the only city in the world to rival Brisbane in terms of road traffic congestion. Obviously they need some tunnels… Tomorrow, we keep heading north; almost back into the CHEAP (relatively) United Kingdom, phew!