This is the second part of the two part Ireland's Eye photo post. Ireland's Eye is an uninhabited island off the north coast of the town of Howth. You can view the first Ireland's Eye photo post here.
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I loved that from a distance this rock formation looked like it was covered in snow, but it was actually just a ton of seagulls.
View from the island of Howth off in the distance.
I tripped and landed in something itchy. Thankfully, I thought quickly and put hand-sanitizer on it immediately (since it is alcohol-based); although it burned like hell, it cut down on the itching, and the bumps disappeared quickly.
This just looks so cool!
Do you like how Timmy is in the water immediately after the photo of the jellyfish?
Look how close Timmy was to a wild seal! It was difficult to capture because he/she kept going back under water and popping up somewhere completely different for only a couple seconds.
The town of Howth off in the distance again.
Timmy wore my flip-flops to cut down on the amount of sand that would end up in his boots when he put them back on.
It was the funniest thing ever; Timmy's feet are quite a bit larger than my feet, so, he could only get his toes into my flip-flops. I have the most hilarious video of him walking in them that I will share later.
Timmy used my old camera to take photos too, so that I would have some vacation photos with me in them; I was disappointed to discover that something apparently happened to the camera and most of the photos on that camera had lines through them and weird color/lighting issues.
Our Cap'n poses.
The ferry's pick-up spot from the island had more legit stairs than the drop-off point.
View from the ferry of the tower on the island.
Walking the Howth pier.
Behind us, the view of the island from the pier.
The view from the train coming to/from Howth is quite a different picture.
This train seating setup sucks when the train is fuller; if you are tall, your knees are crushed into the knees of the person facing you.