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Reviewed 31 October 2018 via mobile

We had a beautiful but wet walk along the cliffs of Moher with the intention of catching the 2.30 shuttle bus from kilconnell. We arrived at 2.32 and no sign of the bus. We then rang the doolin visitors centre to ensure that the bus was still running They said yes it was but that they had no way of contacting them. Very unhelpful. We then hot a spin from a local farmer into Liscannor where we had fabulous food in Vaughans. The girl even put our wet coats by the fire! Thank you! We headed up to the bus stop for the ten to four bus at twenty to four for fear he would be early and again no sign of any bus. We contacted to tourist centre again and the girl gave us the numbers for the shuttle service.
I am sorry to say that both men I spoke to were rude and unhelpful. They went on the attack straight away and insisted their buses were at the stops at the times. I was the one standing in the cold and rain there was no bus. Eventually the bus came at twenty past five Our whole day gone wandering around waiting for the shuttle.
So much for the wild Atlantic way which is so famous now and is a must see in Ireland
Tourists would be better staying in the east where I am from. At least we will be where we say we will be and won't be saucy about it.
The bus driver kept saying he was there making a liar out of me and then charged us full price to go back to the car park
If you make a mistake at least be honest about it People will respect you more.
Very disappointing.

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Martina F
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Reviewed 28 October 2018

The town of Doolin is adorable and Pat Sweeney is a great guide! The views are magnificent and you get to see the real Ireland, not just the tourist stuff. It's windy and you need good walking/hiking shoes.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank scoobyTucson_AZ
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Reviewed 27 October 2018 via mobile

If everyone had Pat’s enthusiasm, pride in community and Co.Clare the world would be a better place.
Put yourself in his hands for a unique walk along the Cliffs of Moher as never seen before. It was our privilege to spend 4hours with him.
This is simply a Must Do walk.
Brigid and Conor

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Brigid O
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Reviewed 27 October 2018 via mobile

Walk was good. Took a couple of hours. We had a 5 year As it was October we needed hats, scarves and gloves. Would suggest wearing hiking boots as parts were mucky. Some hills and steps along the way. Trail had the most amazing views.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Trisha M
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Reviewed 26 October 2018

My husband and I joined about 18 other people to do the hike from Gus O'Connor's Pub to the Cliffs of Moher (8 km walk). Beth was our leader the day we took the hike, since Pat was bringing another group down from the Cliffs of Moher (the opposite direction). The walk (which is really a hike) was fantastic! Wear durable shoes and comfortable clothing, and bring water. A walking stick (or 2) would be helpful as well (as you do traverse some areas where it would be helpful). You get very close to the cliffs walking on the path Pat and the local farmers created -it was awesome! Beth was a terrific guide and led us all at a comfortable pace, and we had 2 lovely French gals as our sweepers at the back. We learned a lot about the area and our only disappointment was not getting a chance to meet Pat.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank leedstravel1994
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