Another day, another coach tour through Ireland! This time, I took the Cliffs of Moher & Burren Tour, which included quick visits to Dunguaire Castle in Kinvara and the Poulnabrone Dolmen constructed by Neolithic farmers approximately 5,800 years ago.

The Cliffs of Moher are massive and beautiful, as my photos will hopefully show. The tops of the cliffs are also home to a herd of sheep! I loved watching them eating their grass, frolicking about, and lounging in the sun. As they do.

I recorded a little video of the herd that I’ll post below. But, before you watch, it’s important to note that those grass-eating, frolicking, and casually lounging sheep are doing it on the edge of a 700 foot cliff. Gutsy!

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Here’s the video. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to capture a lot of “talk” amongst the sheep, but there are few bleets between moms and lambs that are worth the wait …

Here are some photos from my latest coach tour:

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