Four leaf clovers, Irish men and Gods beauty! I didn’t need to wait until St. Patricks day to get “lucky”, I hopped on a flight with my dear friend Sylvia and 7 hours later Gods beauty was within my reach… This was one of the most amazing places I’ve traveled, pure natural beauty.
I had the pleasure at lodging at the beautiful Absolute Hotel. The canal and neighboring views of rustic buildings were a bonus in this modern gem.
The staff were very friendly and professional, they arranged a driver for us who by the way was amazing and knew the history and facts in which he shared plenty.
The most break taking part of the tour was the Cliffs of Moher. Pulling up this to historic masterpiece without knowing the outcome one would think they were driving up to a former medieval site prepared to tour castles or something of that nature.
In route to the cliff we ran into some ladies from Georgia.
It’s a little walk from the parking lot, but oh the blessing you get after walking a mile up stairs and hills.
The Cliffs of Moher!!!!!! Such a beauty!!! I did not want to leave.
After our breathtaking tour we headed to the Locke Bar and Oyster to have a traditional Irish dinner.
I enjoyed the Fillet of Hake with lemon butter sauce and chive mash.
I tried other local favorites sent to the table from locals, I was busy entertaining and be thankful I didn’t get any pictures but everything was delicious.
I left full and satisfied.
I enjoyed my time in Ireland and as I type this post I’m planning a retreat in my head to get back. It’s a perfect location to go and gather your thoughts, regroup and just bask in Gods beauty.