It seems as though Ireland is full of dramatic, atmospheric sites, and Poulnabrone Dolmen is yet another one that confirms this. As one of Ireland’s most iconic (and photographed!) archeological sites, this impressive portal tomb of towering stones is situated on a high limestone plateau in County Clare. Melancholic, elegiac and solemn, the surrounding landscape invokes a powerful simplicity and appreciation of the… Read More
Ireland is a country in Europe that is bordered to the North by Northern Ireland. These Ireland travel guides will help you plan your trip!
Newgrange, Ireland. The “Jewel in the Crown of Ireland’s Ancient East,” as it’s referred to—and for good reason. This massive passage tomb is more than just a tomb. It’s an epic, spiritual marvel; it’s an intricately designed feat of construction; it’s a mystery. Weighing in at around 200,000 tones of rock stacked 12.5 meters (41 feet) high, New Grange is huge! New Grange –… Read More
Have you ever been 4X4 off road driving before? Sure, we replied. We drove in the Mongol Rally and crossed deserts, mountains and rivers in our tiny Nissan Almera through 15,000 km of terrain. We can handle anything. Off Road Driving Ireland When our guide suggested we give 4X4 off road driving a try in Co. Kildare, Ireland, we thought… Read More
It’s a rite of passage when visiting Ireland to Kiss the Blarney Stone in Ireland. It took us four visits for us to finally make it to Blarney Castle located just outside of Ireland’s second largest city, Cork. But we made it and were thrilled to finally be kissing the Blarney Stone! Kissing the Blarney Stone We had wanted to… Read More
Our favourite pictures of Ireland that we took during our road trip through the Wild Atlantic Way and more! Images of Ireland From the rugged coastline of Slea Head to the beautiful Loughs of Connemara, there was something for everyone around every corner. This was by far the best way to Discover Ireland. We started our trip in Dublin, before… Read More