I Drive too slow; Irish Castles, Cliffs and Churches

29 Apr

So, two days ago I’m confidently driving down a winding Irish road. And I’m congratulating myself on driving as dangerously fast as I am. And I’m not just saying it was fast because I’m on the opposite side of the road as I would be Canada, driving stick shift on the opposite side I’m used to. I’m saying it was uncomfortably fast for a road that’s big enough for one and a half cars. And as I’m responsibly thinking “Wow, maybe this is a little too fast”, I look to my right as a mid sized vehicle with a seventy year old man driving with his wife passes me.

I mean, I’m not a slow driver in Canada. I like driving quickly… I only saw the back of his head… He could have been younger…

Either way, my driving has brought Lydia and I to some really stunning locations across Ireland. Ancient churches and monasteries, castles built by Vikings, vast cliffs and mountains and Oceanside. And as we head northward from Galway tomorrow morning, I leave you with a small taste from each.

Thanks so much for stopping by!













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4 Responses to “I Drive too slow; Irish Castles, Cliffs and Churches”

  1. Geezer April 29, 2012 at 7:57 pm #

    You bought that lens?

  2. Pak Liam April 29, 2012 at 8:33 pm #

    Those pictures are crazy, the boats do not look real, it looks as if they are small models !

  3. canuckincuracao April 30, 2012 at 11:25 am #

    beautiful photos Cole!! I hope you guys are having fun 🙂

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