The ferry takes about 45 mins to cross from Rossaveal to Cuan Cill Ronan, and we had a sunny day with only one shower of rain all day, it caught Angie and I climbing up to a prehistoric fort on the cliffs on the West side of the island called Dun Aonghasa
The landscape is stunningly barren, limestone with hardly any soil at all, they used seaweed to try and grow spuds and there wasnt even any peat or wood on the islands to burn for fuel so the peat had to be imported from Connemara by boat.
We had a mini bus to ourselves which was good.
The seals dont bother about tourists.
Dont tell me the Bodach doesnt look like a local and Angie sort of has that Choochter stance too:)
Was a very enjoyable day out and I would reccomend it.