Bray cliff walk is such a breeze compared to the Howth cliff walk. There is just something about a fence and train tracks in between me and the ocean that made me feel a million times safer! This quick 7 km ff walk felt way too short and left me wanting more. Being surrounded by ocean and cliff feels surreal! The walk is believed to have been around since the medieval time, allowing men to carry equipment for the construction of the railway. So, if you think you’re having a hard time finishing the walk, think about the men carrying heavy equipment along it and its sure to put a skip in your step and take those tired, hungry feeling right away!
The end parts gets a little boring, but seeing Carl slip around in mud made the end bit really entertaining! After the hike we hopped on a train and headed back home and so grateful to sit down.
^^ This selfie stick has come in handy on our trip. Even though I feel insanely stupid whipping out this large, up in everyone’s grill stick, it really takes amazing photos, and gets everything in.
^^ Always happy little Carl. I’m so grateful for the 4 months we’ve had to spend together non stop, I’ve seen the effect this trip has had on Carl and how he’s grown into a way stronger, confident man, that knows his worth, knowing that all his goals and dreams are achievable through hard work and perseverance.
^^ Look! A fence! I get really excited about safety.
^^ Endless ocean!
^^ I’m not smiling.
^^ Carl’s new band.
^^ This was actually broken, but it made a great photo prop anyway.
^^ The beach.