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Here's the view from the top of the Castle after 'Kissing the Blarney Stone', which, by the way, is NOT for the faint of heart. To kiss the stone - lay on your back, hang your head upside down 100 feet in the air, stretching over the 100 foot drop, out about 18 inches, and kiss the stone!
look beyond and behind the blarney ruins and this amazing castle appears. intimate tour is given to this castle that is still lived by the decendants of the original occupants.
The Cliffs of Moher: We had over an hour to enjoy these magnificent cliffs.
Our rail tour took us around the Ring of Kerry passing by the glorious Dingle Peninsula. This is a photo of Dingle Bay. This photo can't even begin to capture how beautiful it was.
We were driving into our hotel on the last night of the tour and wild horse came down to greet us! It was a steel blue night and the perfect end to my Ireland adventure!
It's really hard to describe just how BEAUTIFUL Ireland's green hills are. Luscious green everywhere you look! I love nature so this is my idea of paradise. We had views like this from the 4WD the entire trip. We would wind down roads and listen to poetry and Irish songs and stories from our guide and watch the views. Special atmosphere.