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It's said that Ireland, once visited, is never forgotten, and for once the blarney rings true. The Irish landscape has a mythic resonance, the country's history is almost tangible, and its people seem put on earth expressly to restore faith in humanity. The weather may sometimes give you the impression that you're swimming through an airborne ocean, but the truly luminous greens, luxuriant wildflowers, and afternoons spent holed up in riotous pubs will more than console you for the webbed feet you'll need to grow.

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Mi propia versión de "Dubliners"

Sat, 3 Mar 2018 | By nortina | Views [64] | Comments [4]

*Capítulo viajero escrito en el aeropuerto de Santiago, camino a Colombia, octubre de 2017. A veces me cuesta creer que viví en Irlanda, país de James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, U2 y The Cranberries. Que, de hecho, trabajé... Read more >

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Essential equipment to take when hiking and trekking in Ireland.

Mon, 29 Jan 2018 | By irish-wonders | Views [53]

Ireland may be a small country, but its landscape and terrain vary richly from valleys to peaks, beaches to wetlands. In short, it's a walker’s paradise. Also, having a temperate climate makes Ireland a perfect year-round walking destination ... Read more >

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A non-beer drinker at the Guinness Storehouse

Tue, 5 Dec 2017 | By touramigo | Views [39]

When in Dublin, do what Dubliners do. Or at least, what all tourists in Dublin do.   A trip to Dublin  is hardly complete without a visit to the Guinness Storehouse, the original Guinness brewery in St James’s Gate, where brewing ... Read more >

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Jaipur and the Golden Triangle

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 | By mikeccarson | Views [51]

The rickshaw driver did not turn up at 4am as promised but fortunately I soon found another one to take me to the station.  The journey was in chair class which was not as good as First class and without refreshmenets unless you bought them.  ... Read more >


Tue, 12 Sep 2017 | By luca | Views [100] | Video

Irlanda Strade di luce Un video molto bello che illustra un percorso in moto alla ricerca dei fari più belli d'Irlanda. Il percorso comincia nella parte meridionale di questo paese dove ci sono moltissimi fari, molti dei quali sono ancora ... Read more >

Galway and the Connemara

Sat, 17 Jun 2017 | By the_koetsys | Views [83]

Galway. Of all the places in Ireland we have visited, this city stands out. The quintessentially friendly and funny Irish, clean streets, bright and colourful homes and rain were the hallmarks of this place. As one does when one finds a good place, ... Read more >

The south west of Ireland

Thu, 15 Jun 2017 | By the_koetsys | Views [104]

We were disappointed in Dublin but rural Ireland is altogether different.  We travelled to Cashel to have a look at the Rock of Cashel which is actually an ancient church which looks like a castle. We were fortunate enough to join a group that ... Read more >


Mon, 12 Jun 2017 | By the_koetsys | Views [113]

We were not sure what to expect from Dublin as everything we hear about Ireland is about how green and beautiful it is. Dublin is neither green nor beautiful. After checking in at our apartment, we decided to go and explore the city. As we walked ... Read more >

Under a million stars and a moonlit sky,i found a beauty of mauritius

Mon, 1 May 2017 | By mysafarnama | Views [142]

 “Don’t quit your job to travel, Travel to perform better at your job”               In a world of travel bloggers and booming industry of travelling ,where so ... Read more >

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Ireland...a week of hawks, walks, rocks...and lots of sheep

Thu, 6 Apr 2017 | By jakemoffat | Views [335]

For years I have had the sense that I should plan a trip to Ireland, but that trip has always slipped down the travel list, falling prey to the temptations of trips to Italy, Turkey, or Spain. I have had some subtle guilt about continuing to downgrade ... Read more >

Photos: Ireland: Hawks, Walks, Rocks...And Sheep!

Mon, 3 Apr 2017 | By jakemoffat | Photo Gallery

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Slow Baot

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 | By dmurray | Views [295]

Pick up was at 6am from the hostel in Chiang Rai for the dreaded slow boat to Luang Prabang. First, it’s a 2-hour drive to the Laos border, then a 6-9-hour boat to a little village named Pak Beng, where you stay the night and then another 9am boat ... Read more >

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Chiang Rai - I wont be back

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 | By dmurray | Views [131]

Usually I wait until after I have left a location to update my blog, at least that’s what I had proposed to do and did after Chiang Mai but as I write this I am still in Chiang Rai. Reason why I am writing this down now is because I need to correctly ... Read more >

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