Inis Mór is one of the Aran Islands, a collection of islands off the west coast of Ireland in County Galway. The 845 locals primarily speak Irish, or Gaeilge, and this island is famous for Dún Aonghasa, a prehistoric fort built on the side of a cliff, and the wormhole, a large naturally formed rectangular pool. I spent the day exploring the island with my friend Becky and my favorite traveling companions, my parents. We rented bikes in town and rode the length of the island, exploring the sites before capping the day off with a pint of Guinness at the local pub.
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