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A week in Ireland - North Western Proponents?

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Just like everyone, Ireland is just too big to plan an exhaustive itinerary; one has to choose, usually between North and South. Overwhelmingly, the South seems to win out.

It just goes to figure I'm contrary; I'm looking northwards.

With seven days "In Country" in May, I've been considering coming in through Shannon, do the cliff and the burren on the way to Galway, and then zapping up to Letterkenny to hit the Donegal stuff; Slieve League, Glengesh Pass, Glenveigh, Grianan Aileach, Atlantic Drive, Mamore Gap, Malin Head; and then over to Giant's Causeway.

Lots of Cliffs, Water and sheep.

Question 1: How is the choice of Letterkenny as a base?

Question 2: What would be a reasonable span of time up there to cover this stuff?

Buying clues by the dozen out here, folks. Whatcha think?

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