Another big breakfast and on the way to the cliffs of Moher. Along the way pass through a town about the size of Terang. Only went down the main street but counted nine pubs. A bit further down we passes through Inagh a village consisting of four buildings. A servo a store and two pubs. Funny speed limits over here you seem to be half way through town until you see any. Within forty minutes we had reached the cliffs. Seemed to be an honesty system whether you paid or not. The cliffs are similar to the coast at home only very much larger. Rise 240 metres are and very sheer. Lucky it was very clear and not to windy. Noticed one comment in visitors book saying brrr coming back in summer. As with there sort of attractions you had to get to top and so more steps. Think I'm losing weight with all the steps. Actually this morning looked out window and there stood an old church which is not unusual except there were headstones of graves right up to the front door. A lot were just rocks obviously before stonemasons. Also found out that Durty Nellys was built in 1620. Had a drink there last night and was leaving but was told the singing starts at 10 and I could sing Waltzing Matilda. Anyway left the cliffs and headed to Galway. Anyone looking for cheaps rocks should come here. We were on the main road and if you were two inches off the bitumen we would hit a rock wall. And in towns Matthew could have knocked on someone's front door as we drove past. I eventually got him to video a section while we were going along and it will give anyone an idea. Once we got to Galway we turned towards Dublin a distance of 200 kms on the m6 a highway the same as Warrnambool to Allansford however the speed limit was 120. Stopped to take a photo and spoke to a local. He was tinking and having torts he was the real deal. Got to Dublin about 2.30 and gave the car back without dents not sure about speeding fines. Hardly saw a cop, no trains or lines and no P plates. Drove just over 800 kms spent 68 euro on fuel
At 1.59 euro a litre and covered half of Ireland. Went into city - they wasted money on pedestrian lights no one takes any notice of them. Most main streets are malls and different bands every 50 metres or so very good music even bought five CDs of music. Will go back and have some dinner tonight. A lot of places don't seem to open until ten. To show what pace they move at here you get an early starters discount on dinner if you start before 7.30pm. Forgot to mention there's a wave that comes in at the cliffs that is the biggest in the world and measures up to 18 metres. Surfers can on ride by getting a jet ski to take them out. Must have brakes on surfboard.