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Bed & Breakfast, Galway
by William Sutton


Oratory of Gallarus
by Richard Cummins


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Jameson Irish Whiskey
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Wed, Aug 26, 2015


The Islands

There are hundreds of islands around the Irish coast. Achill is the biggest, the Arans the most romantic; Skellig Michael the most dramatic and Tory the most menacing - at least in legend. The Blaskets offer the most fertile ground for literature and Clare island is the most meticulously studied. But, whichever island you may visit, you can be sure each of them has its own superlative. For example, Little Skellig off St. Finian's Bay in Co. Kerry, is known for its gigantic colony of white seabirds called gannets.
Content edited and adapted from the book "Ireland - Atmosphere & Impressions" by Dr. Christopher Moriarty.
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Gannets from Skellig Experience
Skellig Archway from Travel Publishing

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