The Giant's Causeway, The Cliffs of Moher, and The Great Blasket Island, Ireland

The Giant’s Causeway is such an underrated trip. It can be pretty dangerous to climb the stones in certain weather, but it is always a breathtaking sight to see. I’m sure that you’ve definitely heard of The Cliffs of Moher. Although it seems as though EVERYONE and their mothers have gone to the cliffs, it is still worth it! Be careful near the edges because sometimes the dirt gets lose, but it is an experience of a lifetime. To get to the Great Blasket Island, you need to take a boat ride from locations such as Dingle. The boats don’t always go out there due to weather, but I was lucky enough during my trip to Dingle to be able to go. The population year round of this island is 0 except when the hostel is run. This was so interesting to see because of the lack of (or non-existent) population besides animals such as donkeys, sheep, and goats.

 Although the weather is beautiful in this picture, keep in mind that it was just hailing on me not long before this was taken. What a crazy, beautiful, natural phenomenon The Giant's Causeway is!

Although the weather is beautiful in this picture, keep in mind that it was just hailing on me not long before this was taken. What a crazy, beautiful, natural phenomenon The Giant's Causeway is!

 The Cliffs of Moher: You can't tell, but my parents are absolutely terrified in this picture. It is totally safe as long as you keep your distance from the edge and just use your best judgement! 

The Cliffs of Moher: You can't tell, but my parents are absolutely terrified in this picture. It is totally safe as long as you keep your distance from the edge and just use your best judgement! 

 Two of the few residents of The Great Blasket Island.

Two of the few residents of The Great Blasket Island.