One of my favorite things I did in Ireland. Yes it is iconic and beautiful…whatever…. The reason this was so wonderful for me was that I made friends. I had been driving all day on psycho roads, after an early morning where I didn’t wash my hair or put on makeup, I felt miserable, exhausted and wasn’t sure if I should even bother stopping at the cliffs as I still had a ways to drive. Some people I met on a hike in Killarney told me that it wasn’t worth it to pay the money to do the all of the cliffs, but as tired as I was I thought: whatever just pay the dang money and go. So I did. At one point I stopped and asked someone I heard speaking English to take my picture. We started talking and I told him I went to Brigham Young University. He asked if I was LDS. A certain clue that he was as well if he didn’t use the term Mormon. Turns out he was LDS and we started talking and hiking together. He was there with a group of people. One was a wonderful girl from Germany (originally from Poland) name Natalia. After telling her I was going to hang my feel over the edge of the cliffs she joined me and a bond was formed. I had I wonderful time getting to know these five individuals from all over the world as we hiked the next few hours. I love how travel can be a gateway to instant friends and how the weirdest situations can create bonds and commonalities. I love how the church is truly everywhere and that on a gross yucky day I had a beautiful evening and felt the Lord blessing my journey. Here are some photos. During the sunset, the cliffs shone gold and it was magnificent. Love you guys.