Tag Archives: Tourist Ireland

Traffic is Evil

Traffic!  The Devil’s work.  The path to Zen and one of the many Catholic trials.  Once you conquer the road rage you are on the path to eternal glory.  Or at least that what we should believe instead of hammering … Continue reading

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Demystify the Irish

We’ve been in the US for almost three years and I must admit we are pretty much settled in.  Well, I still don’t understand the bloody health system and slightly overwhelmed with the oversized portions at the restaurants.  No wonder … Continue reading

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Happy Paddy Day

Have a wonderful Paddy Day, wherever you might be.  Carry the green colour proud, and drink responsible 🙂

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The real tourist

Tourism is important for any country and the best way to gain more free advertisement is from the tourists themselves.  The following video was created by Shannon & Stephen Parker from Canada, who developed this wonderful video … it actually … Continue reading

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The Gathering

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It’s a Green World

It’s safe to say, there are many traditions and festivities worldwide, but there’s nothing that’s being celebrated as widely as honouring the old St Patrick’s.  I would go as far as saying that it’s a global day that most religions … Continue reading

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Patty Day US style

… no, that’s not misspelling the famous Irish National day. One thing we knew we were going to miss, when leaving Ireland, was the craic.  And, what better atmosphere to experience the famous Irish craic than participating in the St … Continue reading

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My life on 5 pages

I never expected filling in the visa application, for our US adventures, to be easy or straight forward.  We’ve been to the US in the past and fully understand the security set-up, so it came as no surprise when we … Continue reading

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Welcome Home

Within weeks of the removal of #1 Most Wanted person, he-who-should-not-be-named, Ireland is set to be the host for two of the biggest names – and no, I’m not talking about Beyonce, Lady Gaga or Take That. The two headliners … Continue reading

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Today was a good day

Today is a historical day in Ireland. The President of United States is visiting his ancestral home in Moneygall (an area completely unknown to most people on this planet). … he even met a distant cousin in Moneygall.  I wonder … Continue reading

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