In May of 2017 I set off on the adventure of a lifetime and spent 10 days with a 40 pound back pack traveling through Ireland. It was the best thing I’ve ever decided to do and I’m so excited to share my trip with you!
Yesterday I decided what my favorite part of this trip is, and it’s not even over yet. On Wednesday I took the bus to Killarney, explored the town of my heritage, and met some more amazing travelers.
Let this post be a warning to anyone visiting the Cliffs of Moher or anywhere in Ireland, actually: check the weather!!!
…or at least have a flexible schedule.
About an hours bus drive from Galway City is the beautiful, serene town of Clifden. Using City Link (the best bus service out of Dublin!) I took one 3 hour bus to Galway Bus Station and then another to Clifden. It was such a beautiful drive into the village! I spent the entire time looking out the window, gorgeous views of Connemara National Park, rolling hills, peaceful landscape, and tons of sheep. Continue reading “Stop 4 – Clifden, Co. Galway”
Let me start this post off by explaining what I had planned for my 2 days in Dublin:
Holyhead felt a lot better than Dolwyddelan, it’s more a city area so even though I wasn’t actually talking to people I don’t feel completely alone.
I’m currently sat in the ferry port where I’ll be for the next 3 hours so this may be a longer post! Checkout at the B&B was 10 am, I don’t have to check in for the ferry until 1 pm, and I can’t go anywhere because there’s nowhere to put my bag and I absolutely hate lugging it around, it sounds lazy but I would much rather sit my ass in a chair and catch up on my blog posts! Continue reading “Stop 2 – Holyhead, Wales”