The Burren code is an intiative designed to inform people as to appropriate behaviour when visiting the Burren. The people who live in the Burren depend on the landscape for their livelihoods based on agriculture and tourism. The limestone pavement, flora and built heritage are the resources on which tourism in The Burren thrives. Respecting and conserving this resource will sustain the community’s wellbeing.
hasda...khelda.....Bodi wala Japnitt
Bharpreet, Sachman, & Gurpreet sitting on rock.
Clibing the hills
You can see cars parked on the road.
Here the unfolding layers of limestone form terraces on the slopes of the hills
Pani naal takkar lainde hoye! Kirandeep almost had a bath.
In the picture below...ranjit and hardip running out to save themselves.
Bhai Gurvinder Singh jee Coming back to road - Bhai sahib leading the battalian
after so much adventure, everybody was sahi -salamat
Then we drove to ferry port. we reached there at exactly 2pm and ferry was about to leave. Took tickets immediately and went upto ferry staff to ask them to wait for few mintues as some of us were still finding the place for parking. As everybody came we boarded the ferry and set off to aran island.
Hardip, Karanjit and Phulpreet Singh
Ferry was very small and was shaking very badly
Bhai Harpreet Singh
Aran Island is 14 kms in length and 3.8 kms in width. Aran is a walker's paradise. Aran is full of wildlife and has some 437 varieties of wild flowers. One can hire a bike or take a pony and trap, or a guided tour with a modern minibus, from the pier. Alternatively,you can also see Aran on horseback alongwith live commentry!
As we reached Aran Island, first thing we did, to find a place where we can take lucnch.Attention please!
Island has a small sandy beach, with Crystal clear water. Water seemed 100% free from pollution.
Glider in the sky! Aran Island has glider airport! infact very near to where we had our lunch.
After that we joined others back our base station and went to take ferry back.