Ireland: Of Caves & Cliffs
Sorry for the late update, My internet connection was fried so basically i didn't have any way of updating. But anyway, its fixed already and i can finally write about other things =)
So more about Ireland, I was able to visit the caves and cliffs around the area. Simply magnificent works of God which can be seen through its beauty. Also i was able to visit some of the prehistoric sites which ancient men use to live at. So basically its a blend of beauty in this post which can be seen below:
The walls which the Irish people used to build in the past
The terrain of the stones which has been corroded by the rain
A Neolithic Portal
Audrey with another angle of it
So after all the man made beauty, I was able to visit the Alwee Caves. It is also called the bear caves as bears in the past used to hibernate there and there are remains of their bones, etc etc. The interior is quite wet and there are also underground rivers & waterfalls in it which were simply fascinating!
The alwee Caves
The front door of it
Straw Stalactites. Random fact: it grows an inch every 8 year
Bigger Stalactites. It is the combination of straw stalactites
The underground waterfall
As the day came to an end, We headed for the Cliffs of Moher. It was really breathtaking to see the sea water splash to the rocks. The winds were really strong and it was really able to push me off my feet. It was quite a hard walk up the cliffs. But it was totally worth it!
The gardens at the cliffs
One of the sides of the cliffs
The oher side of the cliffs
A small castle at the top of the cliffs
Well thats all for now =) I'll be updating soon! hope you enjoyed reading!