Sunday, November 4, 2012

This is what 1,295 miles around Ireland looks like

I've spent the weekend catching up on blog posts and photo books and all sorts of other things like the magical map below (Thank you Cyrena!). And I just had to share it with all of you. It's a great visual of all the miles Katie and I covered during our trip and just how much we saw.

One day I may learn more about Google Maps or graphic design and be able to make this map more meaningful by writing the days on here, but for now you'll just have to settle for this:

Day 1- blue Dublin airport to Carrick-on-Shannon
Day 2- Carrick-on-Shannon (no driving)
Day 3- red Carrick-on-Shannon to Riverstown
Day 4- purple Riverstown to Strandhill and Easky and back to Riverstown
Day 5- yellow Riverstown to Galway to Fanore and back to Galway
Day 6- Galway (no driving)
Day 7- green Galway to Kenmare
Day 8- orange Ring of Kerry
Day 9- teal Kenmare to Carrick-on-Shannon
Day 10- blue Carrick-on-Shannon to Dublin airport

break while in Scotland and then we picked right back up

Day 11- blue Dublin airport to Carrick-on-Shannon
Day 12- gray Carrick-on-Shannon to Kilkenny
Day 13- light purple Kilkenny to Gorey to Dublin airport


Click here to see a live version of the map (and don't edit it)!

1 comments:

Anonymous,  November 5, 2012 at 8:51 AM  

THAT is amazing! And Im so happy to be part of it, even though it was one of the only days you didnt drive! Your travelling is an inspiration to me...cant wait to see what comes next xx

Robin

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