Earlier this month we took a trip to Ireland with my mother to show her the country and introduce her to my man’s family. The country decided to show itself from a very good side for some of the time, but as it was the start of November it was a bit of wind, rain… Continue reading Galway in winter
Sorry for the long abcence, I’ve just been really busy lately and will continue to be so for a while, but I really missed my blig and you guys so I found the time to visit thr blogosphere and hope I’ll be better at making the time. When I was in Ireland this easter I… Continue reading Easter in Ireland 2017: Walking along the sea
When I was in Ireland I had a few days around Dublin and as this coincided with my plan to walk more, I did quite a bit of walking. The weather was mostly overcast and the temperature was mild. I didn’t just go walking, I had a few drops too.
Another great thing to see in County Clare Ireland, in addition to the Clifs of Moher, is the Aillwee Caves. The caves was dicovered in the 40’s, but was kept a secret for a long time untill they opened it up to the public in 1974. It’s one of the oldest caves in Ireland. The… Continue reading Easter in Ireland 2017: Aillwee Caves and the Burren
For this visit in Ireland I had decided to do a little bit of sightseeing. There are many sights to see, but one thing that has been high on my list is the Clifs of Moher. As seen un films as Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Ryan’s Daughter, The Princess Bride and Father… Continue reading Easter in Ireland 2017: Clifs of Moher
I’m finally back in Ireland. It’s so good to be back here and to know that I’ve got a good holiday to look forward too! I’ve been spending the last few easters in Ireland, visiting family and friends. And I midt say that it is an easter traditions I hope to hold on to. On… Continue reading Easter in Ireland 2017
When your significant other is from another place than you it follows that you need to spend some of your holidays visiting family and friends where they are from. For me this other “home” is Ireland and that suits me fine. I really enjoy to visit the emerald isle and the wonderful people over there.… Continue reading Things to look forward to!
When I was in Dublin I arranged to meet a friend who lives there and as we had agreed to meet up at St. Stephen’s Green I took the opportunity to look around the shops and the park. I enjoyed the area and my friend and I had a great time in one of the… Continue reading Easter in Ireland 2016 Part 6: St. Stephen’s Green
The hotel I stayed in was in a little place just outside Dublin called Dun Laoghaire. The library was located just outside the hotel. I sat on the Pier eating ice cream from both Teddy’s and Scrum Diddely.