Voici un TRÈS court résumé de ce que j’ai vu sur la route de Sousse vers Tunis. Le fait que se soit boueux ou terreux est peut être du au fait que la veille une sorte de tempête tropicale s’est abattue sur la région. Du coup : route sous laContinue Reading

1. ROSTREVOR 11. BUNGLASS 2. BELFAST 12. ACHILL ISLAND 3. BALLYMENA 13. CROAGH PATRICK 4. TORR HEAD 14. BEN LETTERRY 5. CARRIGH-A-REDE 15. GALWAY 6. GIANT CAUSEWAY 16. CLARE 7. (LONDON)DERRY ANDA BED & BREAKFAST 17. CLIFFS OF MOHERS 8. GLENVEAGH NATIONAL PARK 18. CLARE S COAST 9. DUN FANAGHYContinue Reading

Très très bien accueillis, je prends plaisir a découvrir et visiter cette trace des grandeurs Romaines : 3e grande construction de son genre, on peut comprendre aussi l’importance des activités du grenier Romain a cette époque. Pour le reste je n’oublie pas qu’a cet endroit, bien des esclaves se sontContinue Reading

Ballyragget (Irish: Béal Atha Raghad meaning Mouth of Ragget’s Ford) is a small town in County Kilkenny in Ireland. It is situated along the river Nore in the north of the county. It is located in the province of Leinster in the south-east of the island of Ireland. Ballyragget. (Wikipedia)Continue Reading

Sunny eh, I still remember the year 2005, it was exactly like that day in Kilkenny. This lovely town is one of the first we did visited. Here is the official info: Kilkenny (Irish: Cill Chainnigh, meaning “church of Cainnech”) is a city and is the county town of theContinue Reading

There is nothing to compare the side of Dublin and the rest. Big streets, and buildings are very different in these quarters. The general color is red but the green of the many agrements places gives to the city center, a quiet impress.Aucun autre coin de Dublin ne se compareContinue Reading

So now you can see that Dublin isn’t always under the rain and grey sky!!Finally, the may 10th was the best day to landing into the Ireland’s capital. Somebody was waiting to me at the airport and I was in my new home 30 minutes after.But why stay at homeContinue Reading