Wide, Wilde and timeless. County Cork offers days of beautiful tours ad natural interest. I strongly recommend a visit.
This road looks familiar right? Compared to 10 years, everything was well revamped, well presented and I felt driving that people would actually care to maintain. There were a lot of investments in the north these days, specially in the tourism industry. Also, thanks to the beloved cinema industry who was so far a huge […]
Okay I finally revealed the place of one of the best restaurant in this county. The small village also is known for it’s abbey was founded by the Franciscan order in 1240 A.D. Anyway long life to Dillons! If you want to figure out who Molaga is: http://www.timoleague.ie
An eye opener! This is the only thing that came up to my mind after this visit. Even worse, this question: Human being knew a complex form of communication, had an advanced knowledge of stars, calendar and meaning of life. Something happened between. 5200 years later we all end up with a rectangular piece of plastic […]
One of the most extreme west end of Ireland, the peninsula would be very exposed to maritime elements. I paid the entrance for you (I know…) and let you appreciate the view. I personally found it over built and worse was to start a massive block of concrete and leaving it unfinished. Worse, it’s seem […]
…. but let’s be honest, its famous for this. If you identify yourself as a fan of Jameson (yessss there are some) then come to this place and you will discover how all bottles of this brand sold on this planet are made. You will also learn what better brand you should also focus on… […]
We often here about the good vibes of Cork. This city was the European capital of culture in 2005 and had since made all efforts to keep the good side of it. Not only you can have a good time every day and nights but we also have the whole city center involved when bigger […]
As a fan of the TV show, it is difficult to drive in county Clare and miss this famous house. If you have more time I also suggest to spare some time in Kilfenora. Between the Vaughan’s Pub and the lovely people from the surrounding accommodation, this will definitely be a good refreshing time.
In 1987, off the coast of Waterford, pushed by the Gael, a massive crane barge from Liverpool crashed along the cliffs. Dangerous pollutants were removed soon after the barge went aground and the 2 men aboard were rescued so naturally, instead of removing the remains, why wouldn’t we make history? I suppose we have more to follow […]