Ireland is home to the fastest ball game in the world and to most who have had the privilege of playing or even just watching it will agree.
What did we love about our trip down the west coast of Ireland? Am I allowed to say “everything”? I can’t possibly narrow down our two weeks of adventure, driving from Belfast to Kerry, when every day was filled with unexpected discoveries, sweeping beauty, engaging history and surprising luxury.
Dublin is steeped in history and has sight seeing oportunities that will entertain and facinate. Explore the city with a private guide and discover Dublin’s hidden gems. Dublin’s Glasnevin Cemetery We really enjoyed our recent visit to Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum in Dublin. Glasnevin cemetery is, in effect, Ireland’s national cemetery.
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Lonely planet has recently listed Ireland’s Skellig Michael region as one of the top ten places to visit in the world…..
A Health Focused Vacation in Ireland: a New Year’s resolution that’s easy to keep! It’s that time of year again… the Christmas decorations are stored away for another twelve months, our thoughts are firmly focused on the year ahead and we’re full of good intentions and stern promises.
A vacation in Ireland wouldn’t be complete without visiting the bustling shopping streets of Ireland’s vibrant towns and cities. Whether you want gifts for those back home or to treat yourself, you’ll find what you’re looking for and more.
Driving on Ireland’s narrow winding roads is not for the faint hearted.
The annual ‘A Taste of West Cork’ food festival, which runs annually in September, has had a faithful army of followers since its creation in 2003. It celebrates and promotes west Cork produce and gives local chefs an opportunity to showcase their talents to a wider audience.
When you visit Ireland you’ll inevitably try the local cuisine, some uniquely Irish dishes and high quality fresh produce that’s available across the country in restaurants, artisan food shops and country markets. Ireland really has a lot to offer for food lovers with some of the best farmhouse cheeses and freshest seafood imaginable.