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TASTE OF DUBLIN

We’ve been planning to attend some kind of food event in Dublin for a long time. Unfortunately usually we were short of time or realised too late to get the tickets. Finally opportunity came and we went to Taste of Dublin festive edition probably the biggest food event in Ireland. How...

MIZEN HEAD – IRELAND

We fell in love with co. Cork during our first weekend there some time ago. We choose places we go only on one basis – weather conditions. It was decisive factor on both occasions. When we were there for the first time we really wanted to reach the most south-westerly point – Mizen Head...

CONNEMARA NATIONAL PARK – IRELAND

Some might be familiar with mysterious term Connemara others might even know it’s a place in Ireland. Only a few experienced its unbounded beauty.  If anyone would ask where to go to get quintessence of Ireland we say Connemara. Condensed on relatively small area authentic and...

SKERRIES- IRISH VILLAGE WHERE TIME GOES BY SLOWLY

Many of our small travels in Ireland start from studying a map. We simply look around for interesting places and do the research, but many times you can’t find much information about random villages. It was the case with Skerries – quiet seaside little town stone throw away from...

COLOURS OF WICKLOW

Colours of Wicklow Mountains changes with seasons. Heathers and gorses give brilliance of colours from violet to grey, brown, and yellow to gold. Romantic and mysterious, sometimes gloomy and hazy. With little vegetation and almost no trees.  Wicklow Mountains are not giants in...

MOON EXPEDITION – BURREN NATIONAL PARK

400 years ago Cromwellian Army Officer  said  “it is a country where there is not water enough to drown a man, wood enough to hang one, nor earth enough to bury them” but definitely enough rocks to stone somebody. Burren National Park is an endless extent of white calcareous...