Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Trip 2 Galway - Day Two - Cliffs of Moher

After coming from Aran Island, we went to see cliffs of moher. It was half an hour's drive from aran island and we reached there around 5pm. After parking our cars we went to see cliffs. Situated in County Clare and bordering the Burren Area, the Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's most spectacular sights.

Gurvinder Singh entering tourist Centre.

Sachman enjoying the view.
The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's most visited attractions and when you've been there, you'll know why.

Singhs waiting for other people to come.

There is lot of construction going on to develop the place for tourists!!

Cliffs are 230 metres above the ground at their highest point and 8km long, the Cliffs boast one of the most amazing views in Ireland. On a clear day, one can see the Aran Islands as well as the valleys and hills of Connemara!! A walk along the cliffs is not to be missed. One has to be very careful as there are no safety barriers and sections of the cliff sometimes give way. Those with a brave heart can easily walk to the edge of the cliff and view the Atlantic Ocean below.

"Smile please.....", photographer, ...& putting a smile on face is most difficult thing while standing on the edge!

Jaspal, Satwinder, Kirandeep,Gurmeet, Hardip and Karanjit Singh.

(L2R) Sachman, Gurvinder, Karanjit, Gurmeet, Satwinder, Hardip & Phulpreet Singh

Karan Bhaji putting up brave pose for picture.

if you can see a tower (very small, straight up to Karan's dastar). The Tower was built by Cornelius O' Brien, to impress female visitors at that time!

Jaskiran Kaur & Sachman Singh

(L2R) Harkiran, Jaskiran & Harpreet Kaur

A small shop near the car park, which sells souvenirs.

Bhai Harpreet Singh in car park. After we drove back to Galway, it took around two hours to be back at home. Everybody was dead tired.

Langar Preparation - Ranjit Singh inspecting Fulka (Roti).

Jaspal Singh 'Bhatti' making some witty remarks.

Harpreet Kaur, Gurmeet and Hardip Singh preparing dinner.

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