Ireland

Titanic Belfast

The Ttitanic is one of Belfasts’ biggest claims to fame, even though it sank on it’s maiden voyage!

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Lough Neagh

Lough Neagh is the largest freshwater lake in the British Isles and is a dominant feature in Northern Ireland. Legend has it that the lough was made during a fight between two giants.

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Cliffs of Moher

I had wanted to visit the Cliffs of Moher for  long time and was glad I eventually made the effort to get there after seeing them.

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Claddagh Ring

You may not have heard of a Claddagh Ring before unless you’re Irish, or have visited Ireland. If not, let me explain what it is.

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Connemara Bog Land

I recently spent a couple of days in Galway, Ireland and got out and about into he countryside.

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Ballintoy Harbour

Situated between the Giants Causeway and Ballycastle, Ballintoy Harbour was relatively unknown but Game of Thrones changed all that!

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Malin Head

Malin Head In County Donegal is the most northerly point in the island of Ireland and is on the route of the Wild Atlantic Way. This area of Donegal is pretty barren but the scenery is fantastic. If you’re in the area, you should go and visit. and take a walk along the coast.

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Ballyliffin

Ballyliffin is situated in Northern County Donegal and like most of Donegal is stereotypically Irish. That sounds slightly obvious as it’s in Ireland but for me, if I think about the Irish countryside and how I imagine it to be, it’s like you find in Donegal.

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Kinbane Castle

Located on the Antrim coast of Northern Ireland and part of the Causeway Coastal Route, Kinbane Castle is easy to miss but try not to…Read more