The first look at the countryside confirms this is the "Emerald Isle." Everything is green.

Small farms -- Rock walls -- Mist and "soft rain."

Thankfully traffic is light on the narrow roads.

(Below) Audrey met an Irish busker.

The Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. When you see people sitting on the edge with their feet dangling over the side, they are called the Cliffs of Insanity.

Back on the narrow road.

We crossed paths with these people several times.

The "Connmara" a rock strewn and wind swept area.

Other than peat harvesting -- there's not much out here.
A bit further north, we get back to the coastline.

Just a shot of what we have been touring ireland with.

I just had to include a speed limit sign. 80 k/hr (50 m/hr) on a road not much wider than our driveway.

I had to have a shot showing off my new Donegal tweed cap.

Still going north -- entering Northern ireland.

The Antrim coast.

The Giants Causeway.

This is a natural formation of basalt.

A glance at the Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge as we head for the airport.

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