IRELAND - 30, 40 or 50 Shades Of Green
IRELAND - Travel in Southern Ireland is magnificent, villages, water, tides, sky, music, people and 50 shades of green. It just never ends and we don't want it to end, wait for a minute and it will change again.
The Wild Atlantic Way is an adventure, you must drive slowly and on the other side of the road. You need to be VERY careful. Roads signs are small, so plan your route before you start. Drivers are very mindful of the cars and signs and do not be afraid to ask directions, everyone speak English, but with a WEE bit of an accent. You can ask them to repeat without a problem.
Dublin is THE must go to city, beautiful, friendly and fun, but venture into the country. That is the
real Ireland. Cork is south, a small charming town and it is the second largest natural harbor in the world (after Sydney). You will not think so, BUT they will tell you all the history. There is a great hotel in Cork, i know it, the English Market in Cork is daily and much fun.
Kinsale is one of the most colorful towns in southern Ireland, you need to spend and overnight. Great music, pubs, harbor, lots of fun people and shops. Further on is Timoleague, with a magnificent abbey small town and wonderful sea drives. Keep driving the “Wild Atlantic Way” it is magnificent.
One of the highlights of my travels, Drombeg Stone Circle, near Glandore. A stone circle site from 150 BC with 17 standing stones in a 9 meter diameter where the winter solstice std on the flat alter with the entrance marked by two stones. You can touch all of them walk around and feel the aura of the site. It is a wonderful experience.
You should definitely go to Southern Ireland, it is 30, 40 or 50 shades of green.
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