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Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland - 12th June 2020

By: Katusha

In the evening we were driving around the town and stopped by the St. Eunan's Cathedral. It looked a little mysterious at night. :o

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* Posted Jun 14, 2020, 2:24 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Horn Head, Dunfanaghy, Ireland - 24th June 2020

By: Katusha

Hey!

We had a drive to the Horn Head. It's a really picturesque place not far from Dunfanaghy village. You can get there on your car, there's a nice parking space and then you can take a path through the heather fields and hills and get to the very end of the Head where you can see a whole ocean! Really it's exactly the feeling you have being there. Space, magnificence and a certain tranquility. That's what you find coming there. I loved it!

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Malin Head, Ireland - 5th July 2020

By: Katusha

This time we visited the most northerly point of Ireland - Malin Head. The weather was a bit rough but it was still warm enough for a cliff walk. It's a very special place. It's beautiful, windy, with lots of spectacular views from the green tops of the cliffs at the powerful ocean around!

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Wild Atlantic Way, Donegal, Ireland - 17th July 2020

By: Katusha

We continued to discover the northern part of the Wild Atlantic Way. This time we followed it going from Letterkenny to Fanad Head. The road goes to Ramelton, then to Rathmullan, Protsalon and ends in Fanad. Just near the coast. So you can enjoy beautiful views of hills, mountains and valleys, small villages and cute little towns. And the ocean of course. Even though the roads can get very narrow and winding at times it's a lovely drive.

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* Posted Jul 27, 2020, 5:34 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Derry, Londonderry, The UK - 3rd August 2020

By: Katusha

Today we visited Derry. It was good to walk its streets, most of the shops were already closed cause it was a bit too late, but many bars and pubs were open. Twice we saw news teams recording their news, first it was BBC news and then we saw RTE news guys. I think they like the central city locations because they are very beautiful and easily recognisable. We ended our walk near the Derry girls mural. We like these tv series. And the mural looks really cool.

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* Posted Aug 4, 2020, 5:22 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Killybegs, Ireland - 5th September 2020

By: Katusha

It was all grey and rainy that day but we thought we would have a wee drive to the east coast and visit Killybegs, the largest fishing port in Ireland, and then go to the Malin Beg village famous for its beautiful beach, the Silver Strand.

The port was really big. I liked the ships.

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Seafood Shack is now my favourite fish and chips place. Really! Everything tasted so good and fresh! I wish I could visit them more often. The seafood box was 10 out of 10!

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We really liked the place. And going to return there when the weather is a bit sunnier. In the end we didn't get to the Malin Beg because it was getting a bit late.

* Posted Sep 7, 2020, 1:26 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Muckros Head, Ireland - 5th September 2020

By: Katusha

Muckros Head is a small peninsula 10km away from Killybegs. It has two beaches and sea-cliffs popular among climbers.

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