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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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Kenmare > Ring of Beara > Galway

Sat, 16 Mar 2019 | By lizscar | Views [36]

Oh my. So much driving.  If we had to do this trip again, we’d drive less. Jared is a trooper and did a great job but it was a TONS of hard, hard driving. We (or I should say I) woke up early and I made breakfast with bread and jam. ... Read more >

Cork to Kenmare

Fri, 15 Mar 2019 | By lizscar | Views [21]

(We woke up in Cork in our lovely downtown apartment and walked across the quay to the museum (need name of museum in Cork). I walked around the museum and really enjoyed it - there was a few more Harry Clarke stainglasses which I enjoyed. Jared and ... Read more >

Dublin to Cork

Wed, 13 Mar 2019 | By lizscar | Views [32]

Whew. It’s late and I don’t want to forget anything but today was a day of serious driving. We woke up and packed up our Dublin Co. house. I made coffee for breakfast and some quick oats I had bought at the store the night before (on my evening ... Read more >

Dublin - Day 3

Wed, 13 Mar 2019 | By lizscar | Views [24]

We were able to get up much earlier today, in part because Jared had an appointment with an old friend at Microsoft Ireland. He went off to lunch with his friend James while my mom and I ate at a nearby coffee shop (again free WiFi, some nice carrot ... Read more >

Dublin - Day 2

Tue, 12 Mar 2019 | By lizscar | Views [27]

We woke up late - I mean very late - because we still hadn’t adjusted to the timezone change.  So, we got a late start.  We drove to Bray, the seaside town about 10 minutes south. As we were a bit lost (and Jared is a new Irish ... Read more >

Dublin - Day 1

Mon, 11 Mar 2019 | By lizscar | Views [30]

For my mom’s 75th birthday, we scheduled a trip for Ireland. We left on Saturday, on a Virgin Atlantic flight from Miami to Heathrow. To my great delight, the plane was not a fart plane (as Jared and my plane from Italy was - Iberia was the ... Read more >

Using Tour radar and insight Vacations, DON'T

Fri, 27 Jul 2018 | By billandlaurie | Views [61]

If you like traveling past the sites that they said you'd see at 40 miles per hour, or if you like seeing reflections of the other side of the bus in your window, or if you like being told we won't have enough time to do certain things, or if you like ... Read more >

Photos: Kilkenny

Tue, 5 Jun 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Photo Gallery


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Cill Chainnigh

Tue, 5 Jun 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [331]

One of my favourite travel quotes is "travel is glamourous only in retrospect" and it sure applies to how I reached Kilkenny ("Cill Channaigh" in Irish) today. I started out from Portaferry yesterday, and Heiko and Susan had to take their dog, Eddie, ... Read more >

Howth Head

Thu, 31 May 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [245]

It rhymes with "oath" and "growth." Dara, my CS host, suggested Howth Head after a long walk round Dublin yesterday as well as a good spot for flying Juliett. After a light brekkie and two cups of coffee, I was on the bus toward Howth. As in London and ... Read more >

The Emerald Isle

Wed, 30 May 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [247]

What you see here is an emerald facade but here I am in the Land of Eire. Upon arriving in the Emerald Isle, I've come home to my motherland. My first photo is that of a door, and little did I know that the doors of Dublin are famous. Whilst ... Read more >

Photos: Dublin

Wed, 30 May 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Photo Gallery


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Mi propia versión de "Dubliners"

Sat, 3 Mar 2018 | By nortina | Views [209] | 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 [158]

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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