Quietest St. Patrick’s Day ever. (Photos)
Weather is always a fair topic in Ireland. Even when the weather itself isn’t.
Despite the best efforts of academia, my irreverence is still lurking.
Every once in a while, Ireland has a summer. You’d think it would be a rather regular occurrence, but I assure you it is not.
Summer has finally arrived! I should probably *knock wood* when I say that, but I’m still basking in the glow of a glorious, sunny Ireland.
“What happens in Ireworld on St Paddy’s day, sis?” my brother asked innocently.
When what to my wondering eyes did appear, but an An Post carrier in sprightly green gear!
I made a comment on Facebook. People replied, suggesting I know nothing about Ireland.
People can turn a travel nightmare into a hilarious adventure, and a quiet cup of tea into a golden memory you cherish for the rest of your days.
Perhaps you’ve noticed the sound of crickets around the blog. Here’s why.
With cold descending upon the northern hemisphere, what travel madcappery can one get up to? Hmm, what to do in winter?
West Cork, Ireland, is always beautiful, but dolphins definitely add to the magic.
Getting a peek into one of the best preserved star forts in Ireland: Elizabeth Fort
Some snaps of the local St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Cork, Ireland.
Charles Fort in Co. Cork, Ireland: historical, brooding, flirtatious, and …romantic.
It’s still cold, but there are signs of spring beginning to show in Ireland!
My first proper Irish Christmas – packed to the gills with deliciousness!
A visit to Youghal reveals tiny Vikings, the miracle of birth, bastard half brothers of the king, and tasty treats. Among other things.