Bus tours to Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher (County Clare) are a perfect way to see this unbelievable landscape. Many might remember these crags as being the film locations for Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince and the Princess Bride. Below, you’ll find my Galway Ireland episode of Traveling with Krushworth. Don’t forget to subscribe … More Cliffs of Moher, Ireland (County Clare) | Photo a Day | Ireland Travel Photography
Construction started at Dun Aengus Stone Fort on Inishmore (Aran Islands) in 1,100 BCE, and straddles both the Bronze and Iron ages. It’s an amazing feat of engineering, and when one walks through it’s hallowed gates, it’s easy to see how simple it would be to protect this location.
Twenty two people were found buried within the Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, which is nearly 5,000 years old. Sixteen adults and six children were laid to rest in the interior. The bones were first buried elsewhere and then transferred to the portal tomb for final internment. A mysterious place.
The Aran Islands lie off the coast near Galway Ireland. They’re windswept, majestic and some of the most serene places I’ve seen on my travels. One can either travel by bus, horse and wagon, or hire a bike and see the islands themselves. Inishmore is the largest of the Aran Islands.