I'm sitting down, resting, gazing over the sea and the landscape around it, enjoying the subtle breeze in my face. Finally I guess as Bianca was going slightly crazy with me climbing around the edge of those cliffs where the rocks suddenly drop to the sea level 30m below us. Her only words for quite some time were "Stop it!" - and I guess this image proves my stubbornness. Apologies, dear Bianca!
You can find this amazing view near Smerwick, a little village in Dingle in the south west of Ireland where we stayed for a couple of days. After finishing the semester we needed some solitary silence. One morning we decided to take a look around and agreed to hike up one of the nearby peaks. After following some potholed farm roads and climbing over a blocking gate we just headed straight up, carefully trying not to end up in dung or puddles, slowly making our way to the top. The view up there is breathtaking as I will show you some time in the next days.