Weather has been good, scenery is beautiful, people are extremely friendly, Guinness beer is plentiful, and the food is delicious.
Today we are off to the Aran Islands, and tomorrow we visit the Cliffs of Moher.
Wish you were here. 🙂
Pleased to hear all is going well, especially the weather. The Cliffs of Moher are amazing. I’m envious of your journey to Aran. I hope we see lots of photos.
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It looks so beautiful and so green, the Emerald Isle, you can see where it gets its name from! Have fun
Enjoy your trip! The Cliffs are very windy and this time of year probably very cool – be prepared!
Suddenly “How are things in Glocca Morra?” is going through my head. Thank you for the lovely images!
Thanks for thinking of us. Enjoy – it looks beautiful!
Wish I was as well, LOL! Looks awesome! Enjoy your day!
Enjoy…it all looks and sounds wonderful! 🙂
Thank you for the post card from Ireland! Everything looks so lush and charming! So the rainbow in Ireland is not just something that we add to our St. Patrick’s Day decorations along with leprechauns, apparently?! They are really plentiful over there!
So glad you’re enjoying yourself!
OMG! The grass in Ireland is truly emerald green! Did you check to see if there was a pot-of-gold at the end of that beautiful rainbow? Thanks for taking us along. Enjoy the rest of your trip.🍀🍀
Looks great…enjoy Aran Islands and the cliffs of Moher…brings back memories of our time there.
I wish I were there, too, Judy, but since I can’t be, I’m glad you and your husband are and hope you’re having a wonderful time. Thanks for the lovely postcard. Can’t wait to see more.
Happy holidays, Judy. I’m glad you have fun, and the weather is good. Wait for your photos!
Swooning over your destination! Continued fun and safe travels!
I do wish I was with you! But I am very grateful you share!
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