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Ireland 2007: Day 7 - The Burren


We boarded the bus this morning and headed out to see the "limestone desert" the Burren. We drove through a few towns and Doris told us about the Oyster Festival in one.

We stopped at a burial temple for our first photo stop of the day. It was amazing to walk on the ground virtually covered in limestone. We had a group photo for our last full day together (uncomfortable for those sitting on the stone wall!).


Off to Kilfenora Village where many attended the 11:00am Mass in the Parish of St. Fachanan. Mass was very nice, very quick and we heard about the financial struggles of the parish.

Others roamed the litle village and everyone enjoyed lunch.




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