Cliffs of Moher
If you’re wanting a jaw-dropping view where mountain and ocean meet, then I suggested you visit the Cliffs of Moher! Walking along the jagged mountain formations I was instantly smiling at my surroundings. Cliffs that stretch for kilometres east and west with the rough blue ocean out in front, nature is putting on a fine show. It was a usual Irish summer day when I went to the Cliffs, which meant grey overcast clouds quickly turning into rain, however the Cliffs of Moher where so captivating that the rain was not bothersome. I felt like I was on top of the world, looking down into the fierce bright blue crashing waves. You could spend hours here walking up and down the Cliffs, each offering a different and panoramic view of the stunning Emerald Isle. The view from the Cliffs looking down into the ocean is something everyone would enjoy (everyone that isn’t afraid of heights that is) as the Cliffs are at an impressive height. If the sheer size and height of the Cliffs doesn’t get your heart rate up, then standing over the edge with the ocean rapidly smashing into the rock, and the unpredictable wind blowing your clothes and hair everywhere, just might.
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