Irelands Southwest and West (Part 6) — The Digital Journey

Part 6 of our 2017 trip through Irleands South­w­est and West. Fol­low­ing the earli­er ana­log series, this part now cov­ers the digit­al jour­ney around Ire­lands South­w­est and West and com­pletes the series finally.

After arriv­ing at Dub­lin Air­port, we headed south to Kilkenny …

Here at Matt The Millers, I learned that the fam­ous Kilkenny was no longer brewed in the town, but at the Guin­ness Brew­ery in Dub­lin — OMG.

 

Kilkenny Castle

 

Smithwick’s Brew­ery

 

Celt­ic Cross in Kilkenny

 

Cemetery around Cathed­ral Church of St Canice & Round Tower, Kilkenny

 

Rock of Cashel, Ireland

 

Around Muck­ross House and the Muck­ross Lake, Ireland

 

Around the Gap of Dun­loe, Ireland

 

Around Valen­tia Island, Ireland

 

The Bur­ren, Ireland

 

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

 

Dia­mond Hill, Con­nemara, Ireland

 

Kylemore Abbey, Con­nemara, Ireland

 

Between Dog’s Bay and Gur­teen Bay, Ireland

 

Derry­c­lare Lough, Twelve Pines

 

Kil­main­ham Gaol, Dub­lin, Ireland

 

Nation­al Lib­rary, Dub­lin, Ireland

 

Molly Malone, Dub­lin, Ireland

That’s it. It was a rather quick flight through the treas­ures we saw dur­ing the two weeks jour­ney through Ireland’s South West and West.

If you’re inter­ested — earli­er parts of this series can be found here.

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5

In case you’d like to com­ment, it’s appre­ci­ated … and maybe, you want to vis­it my web­site or my flickr page too.

So long … and thanks for all the fish.

 

2 comments

  1. Nice pic­tures of a good tour. I think I used up at least one roll of TriX at St Canice and again at Rock of Cashel when I was there in 2019… One can­’t turn around without ’see­ing’ some­thing fas­cin­at­ing. In my opin­ion, so much more inter­est­ing that Dublin.

    1. Hi Bern­ard,
      thanks for stop­ping by :)
      I fully agree with you, that the coun­tryside has so much more to give than Dublin.
      Even if I like the Irish col­ours — this coun­try is made for black and white.

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