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Inis Oirr or Inis Mor/Cliffs of Moher from above or the cruise?

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I'm finalizing my itinerary for my trip to Ireland in late September and am trying to decide on which of the Aran Islands to visit. If we see Mor then we can choose either the cliffs cruise from the water or to walk the top but not both. If we choose Oirr then we can take an earlier ferry back and see the cliffs from the cruise AND walk the top of them. Which would you recommend? My friend says to go to Mor but then the question becomes do we see the Cliffs from the cruise or from the top? which view would be better?

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