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Depending on how long you’re planning to visit Ireland, you may or may not have time to discover all the Irish beautiful places. You can choose to join generic travel tours where you join another group of people and visit … Continue reading
September is possibly the best time to visit Ireland, if you’re planning to visit the standard tourist destinations.
Some people say your home should be where you’re born. Others believe that “home” should be next to your better half… and there are some who say it’s “where the Wi-Fi connects automatically”. If there’s something we can vouch for … Continue reading
Some people say that “home” is where your family resides. Others don’t have such a strong connection to their relatives but still have a special place they come back time after time with joy in their hearts. This is also … Continue reading
When it comes to travelling, Ireland has a lot to offer. It doesn’t really matter if you visit this beautiful country for its amazing landscapes, breathtaking views or just to get a small taste of the Irish culture – you’ll … Continue reading
Minnesota-based author Rachel Britz tells us about her research for her book Good-Bye, Lover. Her family comes from Donegal, and not every person survived the travel across America. She visited west Ireland in 2014, and tells us how that went. … Continue reading
Ireland is a special place. There’s not doubt it’s green. The landscapes are breathtaking, and others calming. It’s not the soil or the wind or the rain that makes it a magical place. It comes down to the culture of … Continue reading
You may only have only dreamed of traveling to Ireland for most of your life. But if you finally made it home to Ireland, as Liam Hughes said on our podcast, it was hopefully a fulfilling, fun and rewarding trip. … Continue reading
Not so long ago, on an internet discussion forum not so very far away, there was a lighthearted running discussion entitled “You Know You’ve Been Studying Irish Too Long When…”. One of the posts was “You know you’ve been studying Irish too … Continue reading