And back along the Wild Atlantic Way

Driving back from Cliffs of Moher we stayed along the coast and were rewarded with some great scenery and meeting some interesting people and great food and just missed by a few days seeing a favorite singer of ours.

First we stopped at a little restaurant near Doolin, Stone Cutters Kitchen. True to what we’ve seen so far, it is a very cute place with great food. Seafood chowder was very good with several types of seafood, bread was excellent and butter so rich and creamy I thought it was cheese at first. But the best was, to our surprise, the beef in the burger. All cows here are grass fed on the lush grass and it’s like a different food than our beef at home!

Beef burger and (the ever present) mash

Seafood chowder and Irish soda bread. The butter was so rich I thought at first it was cheese.

People rock climbing

And right around the corner but out of sight this was waiting

More rocky burren, moon-like landscape and Fanore beach.

I deleted so many pictures but this is getting too long. Next post will be old ruins, new friends from NZ and Kinvara.

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