This time last year I was home from the best trip. Eoghan and I packed his focus and left Longford, with seven days to get to Brighton and back. There was one goal, see as much as we could along the way.
A couple of weeks ago, me and Eoghan did another bit of Wild Atlantic Way exploring. I’ve just realised, almost all my posts have been on WAW road trips, so for those of you who don’t know what it is, the Wild Atlantic Way is a driving route along the entire Atlantic coast of Ireland, starting in west Cork all the way to Donegal.
So as I’ve mentioned before, Eoghan has moved back to Donegal. Our plan to see each other every couple of weekends hasn’t exactly gone to plan so I was literally over the moon when he last minute decided to come down Friday night. Sadly it was only the one night because he was working again Saturday but sure, I’ll take what I can get!
Fort Dunree is an 18th-century defensive site perched on cliffs alongside Lough Swilly on the Inishowen peninsula in Donegal. Always keen to do a bit of exploring, I stopped off on a recent visit. I found the place to be so interesting, steeped in history with plenty of walking paths and information boards dotted around the grounds. And, as you can imagine, incredible Donegal views in all directions.
If you want to hear more about Fort Dunree Donegal, keep reading: