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CIR1701- The wild Atlantic way

Tuesday, June, 27nd, 2017 | Danilo Perini / Anthony Fairweather | Europe

Our Amazing Group!! We had a lot fun with guys!! thank you!!
Last stop of our Tour was Glendalough and the Monastery of St. Kevin
Ladie´s View
Riding the Ring of Kerry this Morning. Inside Killarney national park

Our next day takes us back onto The Wild Atlantic Way as we head south towards the river Shannon. Here we board the ferry and soon we are on the road to Killarney,  our home for the next two nights. 

Crossing the Shannon.
Wild life gets really close
The Lake Hotel at Killarney

It's our first rest day on our Tour of Ireland. We spend the day in beautiful Galway City, home to some of the best pubs in the country, as well as the starting point for our rest-day ride into Connemara. 

Kylemore Abbey, always worth a stop.
Sky Road offers some of the best views of the Connemara coastline.
We're on the road to nowhere..... (Well, Galway actually).

Our next day takes out onto the Wild Atlantic Way as we head south along some fantastic single lane roads towards Ballina. Along the way we visit Torr Head, tackle the switchbacks of Glenbeck pass and visit the amazing Sliabh League cliffs

Torr Head in all its glory
Picnic with a view. Dig in guys!
Norm and Brad, framed by the Sliabh League cliffs.
Peter & Norm
Tammy & Eric
Giant´s causeway...breath taking
Next stop...Giant´s causeway
Torr Head
On the second day we a re blessed with the sun and this view of Torr Head
First day in Ireland! The sun is shining and we do our first stop at Fitzpatrick´s Bar
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Andrew Steuter
Sunday, June, 25nd, 2017 at 19:26

Great tour!

Thanks Tony and Danny. Fantastic riding, spectacular views, delightful group of riders!
Danilo Perini
Tuesday, June, 27nd, 2017 at 19:36

Thank you my friend!! It was Great!
Danilo Perini
Sunday, June, 25nd, 2017 at 20:12

We are glad you are enjoying the tour dude, its being really fun for too. See you in a few minutes at the Restaurant

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