Ireland on the road. Dopo aver percorso 270 km da Dublino alle scogliere di Moher, sostando per fotografare impressionanti e suggestive scogliere, mi dirigo verso Galway. Costeggiando l’oceano Atlantico, si possono ammirare panorami con prati verdi ed animali, paesaggi tipici irlandesi. Galway è una piccola città a nord-est dell’Irlanda 📷☘️🇮🇪
Think Ireland is only rolling, grassy hills? Think again - it’s mountainous as hell!
Connemara National Park in Co. Galway is one of six NPs in Ireland and has mountains, bogs, heaths, grasslands and forests!
Hilarious moment brave dad takes on his crippling fear of heights by trying to peer over the edge of a cliff… but can he overcome his demons?
Clearly too afraid to approach the precipice by foot, he's opted to lie face down and army crawl towards his nemesis.
Filmed by his encouraging wife, the terrified fella hauls himself towards the rocky edge of the Cliffs of Moher on Inishmore island in County Galway, Ireland, which are 702 feet (214 meters) high above the North Atlantic Ocean and span eight miles.
He laughs as his partner, who narrates his progress throughout the clip, gently mocks how he'd "made it across on the ferry with motion sickness" and this is his "final test". As he gets closer to the edge, the dad squeals and looks away, crying: "I can't look!" Egged on by his other half, who assures him "you've got this", he continues his stealth-like crawl towards the breaking waves below.
As he gets closer he shouts: "I'm afraid", but his wife is having none of it, telling him: "It's OK, if you throw up it can go right over the side." Eventually he cups a hand over the edge of the cliff and forces himself to have a quick peek, before recoiling in horror shouting: "Oh my God!" As he gets closer, his wife shouts words of 'encouragement', reminding him if he needs to vomit he can do it over the side
The dad was all smiles by the end, clearly chuffed with his bravery
An intense fear of heights, or acrophobia, is one of the most common phobias in the world