Wednesday, June 23, 1999

Malinhead Coast

While staying at Margaret's family home we needed a hike. Just up the road less than 5 miles is the Malinhead Coast line and cliffs. This is the most northern tip of Ireland even though it is technically in Southern Ireland.
A five minute ride in the car up the old narrow field roads brings us to some of the most spectacular beach front and scenery in the world. If this were in a more populated place there would be million dollar homes here, but for now only the cows live here.

We climbed up and down thought the cliffs, posed for some pictures, and had lunch overlooking the North Sea.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wished I was with you