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Time to get Motte Stoned

The Motte Stone. Say it like motty. Motty craic.

It is just a big stone with a ladder on it that’s all really…

Ah no it’s a whole lot more than that.. 128 more words

Our Wild Atlantic Way Diaries: From Mizen to Malin Head Part One

Value what’s on your doorstep, because what you can discover can be immense!

This year Mam and I made the decision to explore our own country a bit more. 573 more words

Ireland

Our Boat Trip to Ireland’s Eye

We were lucky enough to have chosen a very pleasant day for our trip to see Ireland’s Eye.

Our adventure started at Howth Pier. While waiting for the boat to dock we were lucky enough to see sea lions in the harbour. 225 more words

Community Integration

Irish Travel Group

Ireland is such a beautiful island with so much to offer. Tourism Ireland reported the growth in the industry a massive hike this year and a lot of Irish people are coming home and travelling within our precious island also. 265 more words

What does Brexit mean for Irish Tourism?

On Thursday 23 June, the UK voted to decide if they should leave or remain in the European Union. Leave won by 52% (17.4 million) to 48% (16.1 million), sending economic shock waves globally. 1,044 more words

Hotel Industry

Northern Lights and delights

After a very long hiatus – I am back blogging! Hopefully will be back blogging on a more regular basis too!

I recently took a trip northwards to Cavan and its neighbour Fermanagh…of course for foodie reasons. 976 more words

An Afternoon in Ardgillan Castle

We have been making the most out of the sporadic bursts of lovely weather by taking mini trips here and there. Recently, we took a spin down to Ardgillan Castle. 91 more words

Community Integration