It feels like the edge of the world sometimes in the Wild West of Ireland. The landscape edged with oceanic foam. Dramatic drops off into the sea framed by stone made famous by film, song, and story. One of the most spectacular sights along the wild Irish coast are the Cliffs of Moher. A few
Rise and shine, it’s time to set out on a typical day of our small group tour to Ireland. First off, your Wild West Irish Tour can’t begin without a proper Irish breakfast. You traipse into the dining room of the sunny, rustic B&B with Benbulben towering in the background. You settle in for coffee
We arise and go now into legendary territory – where even the smallest of stories can cast the most incredible shadows. Some are silhouettes of lovers cast against landscapes of raw beauty. Others are amorphous monsters who lurk out of sight just beyond the mists…
Here are 6 mystical beings you could take home from the Wild West of Ireland.
Knocknarea. The sound of stones being clacked together; the feeling of mist curling between grassy knolls, the sheer slick of mud beneath a traveler’s boots, and the bite of cool mountain air with just a splash of the sea. If one were to listen closely, one might hear the whispers of battle-song and chanting on
Day five on a Wild Westie live blogging adventure – a day about town, and so much more. The Wild West Irish Tours group set out to the nearby town of Sligo; settled in the heart of various mountains flowing to the coast in its county of the same name – Sligeach, “the shelly place” is
Day three of the Wild West Irish Tours live blogging adventure – and let me tell you, folks, today was one of the greats! After another hearty breakfast lovingly prepared by Geraldine, I set out with my group; Senan at the helm, to discover what the day had in store… First and foremost to wake