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15
Sep

Inis Mór, Aran Islands

The Aran Islands is one of those places that must be on your bucket list if you haven’t visited already. National Geographic voted the Islands as one of the worlds top Island destinations- and they know a thing or two about destinations. Situated just off the coast of Galway and Clare the Islands are made...
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09
Aug

The Cliffs of Moher

Named Ireland’s top tourist attraction in 2017 by the Irish Independent readers travel awards, a visit to the cliffs of Moher is definitely something you have to experience once in your lifetime. Situated along the amazing wild atlantic way, just outside Liscannor in Co Clare, these majestic cliffs rise up from the sea in such...
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02
Aug

A trek up Diamond Hill, Connemara, Co Galway

Last Sunday was reek Sunday at Croagh Patrick. Instead of joining the hundreds of people on this epic climb, myself and two of my very best friends, Steph and James, decided to scale the amazing Diamond Hill in Connemara. From Galway city we took the N59 all the way out to Clifden and then followed...
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26
Jul

The amazing Fota Wildlife Park, Co Cork

So many of my friends and family have told me about their visit to Fota wildlife park in Co Cork and I was so glad that myself and Ali had the opportunity to visit last weekend. It still amazes me how many places there are to visit in this beautiful country and when we arrived...
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20
Jul

Our top ten camping spots in Ireland this summer!

So we are keeping along the theme of going Galavanting for less in Ireland this summer. Did you know that there are over 70 camping/caravan sites in Ireland. They range in price from €10 per unit to €50 per unit per night. Considerably lower than renting a holiday home or hotel room and lets face...
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12
Jul

Galavanting with the kids this summer- FOR FREE!!

A conversation that I have with friends and family more and more often these days is how expensive it is to go on a staycation in Ireland. Its so much cheaper to hop on a plane and head off somewhere sunny for the price of a few nights stay in a hotel in Ireland. Think how...
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05
Jul

Lake Coumshingaun, Co Waterford

I recently read a blog on the downside of travelling on your own. While all the points made were very true, I think there are some amazing places to visit in this country on your own, and sometimes they are even better to visit on your own. Now granted its always nice to have one...
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29
Jun

Glenveagh National Park, Co Donegal

Beautiful Donegal! One of Irelands most Northernly counties that is jammed packed with history, out of this world scenery, some of the worlds most beautiful beaches and Glenveagh National Park. Situated in the northern half of the county, in between Gweedore and Letterkenny, this beautiful National park spans 16,000 hectares of countryside. The Park takes...
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21
Jun

A visit to Rathlin Island

If the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland is still on your bucket list then you should seriously think about adding a trip to Ireland’s most Northernly point. Rathlin Island. Situated just off the coast from Ballycastle in Co Antrim, this beautiful Island is just waiting to be discovered. On a Sunny Sunday morning myself, Mam and...
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