Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

Curious Travels in Dublin, Ireland

Guess who’s back from Ireland? This girl!

Last year I made a goal to travel internationally at least twice a year and this year was a success. I flew solo to the Dominican Republic for my birthday earlier this year and I enjoyed every minute. As August approached I wasn’t sure if I would be able to do a second trip since my South Korea trip with my brother fell through.

I was lucky enough to meet a new friend at my old job a few months ago and we got along so well that she invited me to Ireland. Ireland was never on my wish list of places to travel to but since I was asked why not go?

We left for Ireland on Wednesday night on separate airlines (we can only spend so much time together 😊) and reunited on Thursday morning. My flight was nonstop so I got to take a few short naps on the plane. If anyone has any good tips for sleeping on a redeye flight let me know below! We traveled the country and saw many iconic landmarks.

I put together a mini photo journal of our travels. I hope you enjoy!

The Irish places we explored:

Jameson Factory

The atrium of the Jameson Factory
The atrium of the Jameson Factory
The history of Jameson
The history of Jameson

Irish Whiskey Museum

Whiskey history
Irish whiskey through the years.
Irish Whiskey Museum
Welcome stairs

Day trip to Belfast and Giant’s Causeway

Morals around Belfast
Morals around Belfast
Morals around Belfast
Morals around Belfast
Belfast Wall
The peace wall
Giant's Causeway
Giant’s Causeway
Giant's Causeway
Peering through the window

 

Giant's Causeway
The beach at Giant’s Causeway

 

Giant's Causeway
Mossy rock on the beach

Day trip to Cliffs of Moher, The Burren and Galway

Cliffs of Moher
Can you see all the people walking on the edge of the Cliffs of Moher?
Cliffs of Moher
The castle atop the Cliffs of Moher

 

The Irish food we ate:

The Front Door in Galway
The Front Door in Galway
Murphy's Ice Cream in Galway
Murphy’s Ice Cream in Galway
Irish breakfast
Irish breakfast

What I wore in Ireland:

Sitting on the edges of the Cliffs of Moher
A nice coat, warm gloves, waterproof boots and a knit hat kept me warm.
Ugg Rain Boots
Uggs rain boots kept my feet warm and dry!

We ate so much food and saw so many cool places. It was truly an eyeopening trip. I hope you enjoyed the pictures!


Have you been to Ireland? Or want to go? Are you looking for tips for your trip to Ireland? Let me know below!

Zuri Ki

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