Galways is well known for the pubs and there really are enough to stay there for at least two weeks and go into a different pub every night! Advertisements
This year I spent my birthday in Ireland and as I wanted to do something special that day, we drove to the Marble Arch Geo Park and joined a tour through the caves!
A local told us to go to Enniskillen as he really likes the city and as we’re always open for travel tips – we decided to check it out!
The third stop on our trip along the North Coast of the island brought us to Dunluce Castle, and I really wish we would have had more time there as it’s really a gem for any lovers of ruins and castles!
After visiting the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, we drove off to head to the next spot on our list: the Giant’s Causeway!
This year we travelled to North Ireland and I wanted to grasp this chance and see a bit more of the Irish Coast, of which I only had a small glimpse last year – and one destination on my list was the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge
This castle lies on a Crannog, a man made island, next to Killykeen Forest Park. It’s only accessible by boat, but it sure is worth travelling there.
Church of the Old Rath (Cill na Seanrátha) as Killeshandra is called in irish, is a small town northwest of Cavan and is central to County Cavan’s lakeland and geopark region.
The biggest town near to our house was Cavan, and we drove there a couple of times to do some shopping and explore the many cafés and restaurants!
I visited two whiskey distilleries – the one in Bushmills and the other in Tullamore – and there’s one I definitely liked a lot more. Find out which one and why underneath the cut!