I had a discussion about Ireland earlier today so became a bit melancholic so decided to make this post, all places are really amazing so highly recommend you to check them out if in Ireland
I first went to Ireland in February 2012 for a short weekend, but it was enough to know that this will for sure not be the last time. We did not have very big luck with the weather (I know what should I expect in February) and my camera back than was quite basic so no relevant pictures from then, but here the first thing that stroke us when wanted to cross the street: LOOK RIGHT --->
So in 2013 we said to stick to the basic and go again in February and yeah the weather was of course not good but we had a absolute fabulous time.
We did a One Day Trip from Dublin to Glendalough & Kilkenny. Both gorgeous places even on a rainy day.
Getting closer to today, 2014 was the year to check out the famous Cliffs of Moher and Connemara. This was organized in a 2 Day Trip from Dublin sleeping in Galway. It is needles to say that it was absolutely spectacular. The trip through the winding roads of Ireland is so relaxing. I would like that these trips never end.
Cliffs of Moher
and yet again, this was not enough, I know that I should have gone maybe on a roadtrip for 7-10 days but then again I would miss the happy Irish people that I meet every year.
Well 2015 was the year of discovering the South so I went to visit my sister who recently moved to Ireland in Cork. Ok, Cork itself it not that nice, buuuuuut the surroundings are absolute amazing. Maybe best to rent a car here. We went till the West Coast where they say is the most western part of Europe (debatable) and then on the way back we stopped of some delicious fish and chips in Kinsale a lovely & very colorful city. Next day we checked out the Blarney Castle, but due to the long queues we did not kiss the stone ;)
Mizen Bridge, West Cork
Hoping for some new experiences this year when I go back in April....already very excited.
If you never been to Ireland, please do so you will absolutely love it!
"Ireland is where strange tales begin and happy endings are possible"