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Pints of Guinness ... Irish magic in a glass

Personally speaking, I love Guinness! It’s so creamy and tastes great. The first time I had a Guinness was in a place called Tulla, Co Clare, years ago! 204 more words

Culture

Having the Craic

We all love the laugh don’t we? We Irish are great for making the worst situation into a bit of Craic ! Sure that’s why the world loves us…. 15 more words

Irish

Beatlesfest on the Lough

1st – 4th August 2014

Moville & Greencastle

The BeatlesFest on the Lough, Ireland’s only annual festival of Beatles music. It takes place in the picturesque towns of Moville & Greencastle in Donegal, 18 miles north of Derry along the shores of Lough Foyle. >More

Music / Dance / Theatre

Thelma, Louise and the Other One

Planning a road trip, a map is always a good start. A change of clothes and a rough idea of where you were heading.

I hadn’t any preconceived ideas as to whether a road trip involved robbing a petrol station, being a little more open minded, along with the convertible, or whether a head scarf was needed. 632 more words

Is it me?

The people of NI don’t quite embrace the ‘thought of the moment’ so whilst I have had people agree to have their photographs taken, they aren’t so forthcoming with having something to say. 376 more words

Day 1 of Ireland: Landing, Hostels, and Craic in Dublin

My first flight to Europe was certainly an experience. My plane was packed almost to capacity and which horrified the claustrophobic in me. I’m 5’3 and it was very tight; the guy at the end of my row had to be 6’2 and barely shoved himself into his seat. 891 more words

Ireland