Kilmainham gaol might not be first place you think of visiting when you head over to Ireland but it should be! This dark old prison might seem like an odd choice for an wander out of the city centre but within it’s historic walls lies the foundation of the Republic of Ireland its self. This prison
Ok, so we are as guilty of anyone of overlooking our own country in the past and dreaming only of far off lands. But strangely the more we travel and the more amazing things we see around the world the more we also realise that our home, the British Isles, isn’t too bad after all!
When we decided we would be heading back over to Ireland this year for St Patrick’s day we wanted to make the most of our time on the Emerald Isle and not just explore more of the Republic but also take our first trip up to Northern Ireland. Here is a guide to transport options,
Whilst in Dublin recently to celebrate St Patrick’s day we wanted to get out of the city and see some of the famous Irish countryside. We had visited Dublin last year and pretty much done everything there was to do in this beautiful city and so took the opportunity of our second visit to spread our
This St. Patrick’s day we ticked off a massive goal from our Bucket list: To experience this crazy day in DUBLIN, Ireland!! This trip actually came around because one of Nic’s favourite bands Dropkick Murphys were playing a special gig in Ireland’s capital instead of their usual stint of Paddys day shows in their home
Dublin is a marvelously compact city with a vibrant beating heart. Lots to see from beautifully historic buildings to relaxing city centre parks to add to the amazingly friendly atmosphere and all within a short walk. So, a bit of background here. I have wanted to go over to Ireland for quite a while now