here's part two of my travels to ireland! if you missed the first part, click here to view. 

around the middle of the week, we headed to the cliffs of moher. when we made our plans a few months before the trip, i googled some images of the cliffs, and fell in  l o v e. by far one of my favorite sights. i could've spent an entire day there - it was truly breathtaking. we got lucky, there was just the right amount of fog to make it magical but still photographable. :)

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they made for the best photo ops ^^^

in certain areas, you're able to get right up to the edge. a bit scary, but totally cool. after the cliffs, we pulled over to the side of the road to get some pictures by a pretty bog on the bank of the ocean. 

randomly, you'll see horses or alpacas or sheep along the side of the road as well. so pretty.

another notable part of the trip was an old monastery we visited really fast. lots of history and lots of photo ops. oh, and it's right on the river shannon! 

we spent all of our last day walking around and exploring dublin, which was a perfect way to end the trip. lots of cute shops, ice cream parlors, yummy lunch places, etc.

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one place that i couldn't leave without visiting was little ass burrito. when my sister visited ireland a year ago, she had gotten lunch here, and loved it, so i wanted to make sure to try it out. and i can honestly say that it is the cutest + best branded little place i've been to, and the best tasting burrito i've ever had, which is saying something. 

there were also a ton of street vendors, including this flower stand. so gorgeous.

there ya have it! that's the full recap of my trip - i hugely recommend it if you're looking for a new place to travel. have you ever been to ireland? where did you go/what did you do? also, if you have any questions or want more links/info on the places i visited, feel free to email me at, and don't forget to check out the videos (most recent in the sidebar)!