dysert o'dea, well maintained and wonderful pastures with lots of ruins to discover. we packed a little picnic and enjoyed a walk, sitting down at a little brook. it turned out, that we were the only ones going on walks or hikes in this area, well we didn't mind.
a must destination for us, but even here, we decided to walk there and do the not touristy spots. it was perfect and absolutely worth it. those cliffs are just breath taking and standing up there alone, looking out into the see...
the burren way, it was definitely not ireland at it's most typical weather. never the less a wonderful landscape, impressive rock formation and wonderful to walk out there almost only on our own.
spending a couple nights at the aille river hostel was very nice and super convenient.
poulnabrone tomb, this was again in the evening when no tourists where there....
how amazing to be at a place where people have gathered 5 thousand years ago! a wonderful sunset and experiencing the landscape was the best, even after a 28km hike on the burren.