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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

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Reasons why why I want to go to: Skellig Michael

I spoke about before in a post called Travel Abroad or Travel at home about how so many jump on a plane when they want to go on ‘holidays’. 470 more words

16 Reasons why you should go to Cork in 2016

Let’s be honest, I love Cork, it’s my hometown and my one dream is to hopefully market the city and county as a foreign destination. So what I mean here is I want to travel the world telling people about Cork and then come home to it. 714 more words

The Force Awakens "in my glass". Feelings after 7th episode of the "Star Wars" and amazing promotion of Irish Tourism.

The Force of Tourism

Filmmakers chose to set part of the film on Irish Island – secluded UNESCO world heritage site.

Kaboom !

It makes movie more beautiful and realistic (it exists and actually can be visited) but also I can barely imagine better promotion for… 427 more words

The business of gardens

  A couple of weekends ago, about forty garden people travelled from all over Ireland to Baltimore in west Cork. Some, such as Gerry Daly from the Irish Garden magazine, and myself, were members of the garden media, but most were those who open their gardens to the public. 975 more words


#womenofdublin - putting them on the map

The Womens’ Museum of Ireland has launched a new initiative, highlighting the sites around Dublin, relating to women through history.

The movement hopes to highlight the need to preserve and recognise these sites and will publish a phyiscal map for those touring the city. 156 more words


A walk around Limerick's boardwalk.

Brightening up the river with their white plumage, the swans are very much part of the Shannon as it flows through Limerick on its way to the wild Atlantic. 113 more words