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From the beautiful Ireland

Often known as the prettiest country in Europe, a visit to Ireland is a complete package for all kind of travelers. Adventure, romantic and fun-filled memories is what you should be expecting if you are planning a trip to Ireland. You can choose to e...
by Tales of Traveling Sisters on Aug 13, 2016

There’s Plenty To See In The Land Of Green!

Spring has sprung and what better time to visit Ireland, “Land of Green” than now. On our bicycle and walking adventures, you’ll travel down country roads past neolithic stone ruins, medieval castles, Iron Age forts, and prehistoric...

Kiss the Blarney Stone for the Gift of the Gab

It's a rite of passage when visiting Ireland to Kiss the Blarney Stone. It took us four visits for us to finally make it to Blarney Castle located just outside of Ireland's second largest city, Cork. But we made it and we were glad! We had wanted to...
by theplanetd on Mar 16, 2016

Applying For An Irish Passport And Why I Did

It may come as some surprise to you but I’ve recently been applying for an Irish passport. Many of you already know my logo image which is a picture of me holding my British passport as I look inside. So why did I apply for an Irish passport? W...
by Flights And Frustration on Feb 26, 2016

James Street South Cookery Demo #BreakfastMonth

Did you know that it is Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink? If not, then I am here to tell you it has well and truly arrived! My twitter feed is dotted with events, and I can only hope for there to be more and more exciting things to see...
by Day Dreaming Foodie on Feb 2, 2016

Ireland Road Trip

Sometimes you just have to say “let’s have a random adventure.” After a travel conference in London this past November, I had a few days to spare before I needed to catch a flight back to New York. With that time, I could have eas...
by Tourist 2 Townie on Jan 21, 2016

Tips for Exploring the Irish Countryside

Heading to Ireland? Check out these tips for ways to explore the Irish Countryside! The post Tips for Exploring the Irish Countryside appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on Nov 21, 2015

Discovering Ireland’s literature and arts with the Yeats brothers

Exploring the lives and work of the Yeats brothers across Dublin Artistic genius is always hard to find, so it’s very rare to see it strike twice within the same family. The Yeats brothers have to be one of the best examples of this double genius,...
by glamour granny travels on Oct 23, 2015

Discovering Ireland’s literature and arts with the Yeats brothers

Exploring the lives and work of the Yeats brothers across Dublin Artistic genius is always hard to find, so it’s very rare to see it strike twice within the same family. The Yeats brothers have to be one of the best examples of this double genius,...
by glamour granny travels on Oct 23, 2015

Lady’s Weekend Break on the Irish Coast

Rounding the bend on the cliff, I’m surprised to see a shipwreck. The southern coast of County Waterford isn’t the first place I think of when I imagine ruins of giant crane ships, but I suppose they can be anywhere. And the shipwreck is...
by A Lady in London on Oct 22, 2015

Lady’s 8 Secrets of Blarney Castle

I’m not sure about visiting Blarney Castle. Kissing the Blarney Stone, which according to legend gives the gift of eloquent speech, sounds like a lot of…well…blarney (not to mention germs). But like going to London without catching...
by A Lady in London on Oct 19, 2015

Lady’s Guide to 36 Hours in Cork

There are a few things I’m embarrassed about. I don’t know my right from my left, for starters. No matter how many times people try to teach me, I still end up giving bad directions. I’m also embarrassed that I’ve lived an hou...
by A Lady in London on Oct 15, 2015

Vacation Photography: Killarney National Park, Ireland

For our extra special family vacation, we hired [K] Photography, a vacation photographer in Ireland to capture our experience! The post Vacation Photography: Killarney National Park, Ireland appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on Oct 13, 2015

Aillwee Caves, Bird of Prey Centre and Burren Perfumery

On the very same day as we discovered Hazel Mountain Chocolate we headed on to three more spots dotted across the Burren. These three are the ones we had planned in advance – carefully plucked from google as places of … Continue reading &...
by Day Dreaming Foodie on May 17, 2015

Hazel Mountain Chocolate

Remember that trip to Galway I was telling you about? Well, we honesty didnt spent very much time in Galway at all…. I had a urge to explore the surrounding countryside. And after a quick goggle we settled on a … Continue reading →...
by Day Dreaming Foodie on May 14, 2015

The Ireland Bike Tour Was Incredible!

The bike tour was incredible and met my expectation for challenging and beautiful rides.

Top 12 Northern Irish Travel Blogs 2015

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel This is the third consecutive year I have compiled a list of the best Northern Irish Travel Blogs out there. Following on from last year’s 2014’s Northern Irish Travel Blogs and 201...
by Don't Stop Living on Mar 1, 2015

Travel Tips to European Countries: Ireland

About The Country The summers are warm and the winters are moderate with some snow. May and June are the sunniest months. Weather changes quite frequently from cloudy to sunny and vice versa. If planning the visit during the summer, lightweight woole...
by Living in Great Life on Feb 13, 2015

down memory lane

On the eve of Christmas Eve, I stroll up the street where I grew up to catch the bus into town for the first time in more than a decade. The 78 bus is gone now, replaced by the number 40 that crawls through working class suburbs west of the city, ove...
by Melbourne Ramblings on Dec 23, 2014

Luxury Penthouse Living in The Clarence Hotel, Dublin!

I would never tire of waking up to this view of the heart of Dublin.I know we usually bring you the best ways to see a city or a country on a budget but I thought, occasionally, you might like to see the splurges too. Have you ever wondered what was...
by CherrySue Doin' the Do on Oct 29, 2014


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