Travel Blogs from Ireland

Sort by Newest Best first

Ireland - Home Of Blarney And Craic., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ireland - Home Of Blarney And Craic.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

This is a top pick!
4
7

... , Ireland via Ryan Air with tickets bought on the Internet for less than a Pound each (plus taxes)!! We spent a week in Ireland, a very funny, perplexing and picturesque place. The accents are lovely and lilting, the people friendly and we actually got to ...

How you can help the charities., Derry, United Kingdom travel blog

How you can help the charities.

A travel blog entry by charity_cycle

This is a top pick!
2

I hope that some of you who explore this travelogue will, like me, decide that these three charities are very worthwhile causes. If you do wish to donate a bank account specially for this event has been opened. Myself and a representative of one of the ...

Lazy Day at the Weekend, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Lazy Day at the Weekend

A travel blog entry by wonderer

This is a top pick!

Shopping with Katherine...I bought a CD by an American folk singer named Eva Cassidy, whose music I love, so I'd have something to play on the cheap Discman that came with my mobile phone. I also almost bought a shirt, but decided it was too impractical ...

The home of Guinness!!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The home of Guinness!!

A travel blog entry by clintonb

This is a top pick!
9

Here we all are in Dublin, Ireland together.  Our official last country I'll be seeing for the first time before heading back to London to hop on a plane home. :-(  We have spent the last 2 nights here (18th and 19th) and definatly like Ireland ...

Home and settled now and i thought i would ..., Belfast, United Kingdom travel blog

Home and settled now and i thought i would ...

A travel blog entry by andyb

This is a top pick!
1

Home and settled now and i thought i would remind those who were keeping an eye on my travelogue that i have uploaded a few photos from Thailand and India etc on the site so if you scroll down here and select the entry you can see them. This is the last ...

Our First entry, Belfast, Ireland travel blog

Our First entry

A travel blog entry by paulandciara

This is a top pick!
7

Nothing to say yet...... But at least we have our first ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by yah27

This is a top pick!
2
3

You know you're flying to Dublin when a woman sitting next to you in her 70s orders two shots of vodka and a glass of wine during one hour flight. I thought to myself, my kind of town... This is why I purposely bought my ticket to spend my first weekend ...

The Ring of Kerry, Killarney, Ireland travel blog

The Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by wonderer

This is a top pick!

... saw an old man toodling along on a bicycle, reminding me very much of the frail old man in Waking Ned Devine. An Ireland Moment! Unfortunately I didn't get a picture of him. At some point we also passed a village where someone built a boat-shaped house ...

Shamrocks and Leprechauns, Portrush, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom travel blog

Shamrocks and Leprechauns

A travel blog entry by scootergal

This is a top pick!
18

... and Sheila and were on the road by 8am. We drove for an hour down to Troon and caught the ferry across to Northern Ireland. We arrived at Larne, north of Belfast, at around midday and immediately set off around the coast. We hugged the coastline which, ...

Job interview and further doubts, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Job interview and further doubts

A travel blog entry by wonderer

This is a top pick!

Interview today, for a temp job at NUIG (National University of Ireland--Galway, also apparently called University College of Galway). The campus was great, or at least the "Quad"/entry part of it. Old building with ivy on the front and a courtyard in ...

An end in sight, Wicklow, Ireland travel blog

An end in sight

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

This is a top pick!

... for the French leg of the trip, and all accommodation has been pre-booked for the locations we'll be visiting from Ireland to Naples, Italy. All except for Venice that is. Booking reasonable accommodation ahead of schedule in Venice is a challenge, so ...

Stones, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Stones

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

This is a top pick!
1
81

... to go back to the past. Megaliths here we come.   Preconceived Ideas   Thailand is the land of smiles. All Aussies are bronze. Ireland is green   County Clare   Car picked up, Tom Tom on, and off we went. We headed off in the ...

South West of Ireland, Cork, Ireland travel blog

South West of Ireland

A travel blog entry by worldramblings

This is a top pick!

Cork Kinsale Skibbereen Baltimore Ballydehob ...

More Cairns, Drogheda, Ireland travel blog

More Cairns

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

This is a top pick!
1
67

... sleep, we dived in the car and headed of towards our next destination. The drive was great and the scenery was how I imagined Ireland to be. Green everywhere. Even the sun came out. Then we crossed the border, and even the island that some call Ireland ...

ET Phone Home, Galway, Ireland travel blog

ET Phone Home

A travel blog entry by wonderer

This is a top pick!

Sunday was a slow day. Katherine and I both slept really late, and the weather was rainy and blustery so we didn't feel like doing much. We did, however, trek all over town in search of a cybercafe with a webcam so I could talk to Arvin. No luck, ...

Drink Driving Laws in Ireland, Belfast, Ireland travel blog

Drink Driving Laws in Ireland

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

This is a top pick!
1
8

... bit over the top, but on listening to talkback radio, it seems to be working. Drink driving is very much a taboo subject here in Ireland and people simply don't do it. Maybe we are a bit too liberal in Australia... from memory, I think we need a reading ...

Fiddles and Fish, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Fiddles and Fish

A travel blog entry by wonderer

This is a top pick!
1

... , but that evening it was super crowded, with plenty of noise. Still, we were on the second floor (called the first floor in Ireland) so above everything, and it was peaceful enough. The food was good too. Carla had a smoked salmon salad, and I had ...

The Sun Also Rises, Galway, Ireland travel blog

The Sun Also Rises

A travel blog entry by wonderer

This is a top pick!
2

Diary excerpt, written while waiting for breakfast at The Coffee Club, a small cafe with blond wood furnishings and full-length glass windows, one block off the main pedestrian street that is the heart of Galway. "Sunshine at last after several days ...

Polish poetry and European musings, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Polish poetry and European musings

A travel blog entry by wonderer

This is a top pick!

... 's still not something you want to go out in, but at the moment it still beats snow. Am I really living here? Is this really Ireland? Then why is it so much like Canada? I suppose I should have gone to Thailand instead, for that. Except for all the ...

Drivin' me bonkers, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Drivin' me bonkers

A travel blog entry by scootergal

This is a top pick!
8

We have discovered exactly why the Irish are such bad drivers. The system of licensing is ridiculous. They can get their L plates by sitting a simple theory test. They do not need any formal lessons and after the first year they can drive with L plates ...

Ma'asalama Middle East, London, Ireland and holland, United Kingdom travel blog

Ma'asalama Middle East

A travel blog entry by lucky

This is a top pick!
37

... airport. A quick call later and Linda arranged to meet me at Heathrow for our flight to Dublin. -- Long weekend in Ireland. When most of the passengers headed to Dublin reached the departure gate, the announcement came through. "Attention, all ...

Black Monday, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Black Monday

A travel blog entry by wonderer

This is a top pick!

On Monday morning Katherine and I moved into the long-termers' room so we could get the cheaper rate (€70 a week, about half-price). 6 people in 3 bunk beds in a room the same size as the one we'd been in, which only had 2 bunk beds and we'd had it ...

Put a Cork in it, Cork, Ireland travel blog

Put a Cork in it

A travel blog entry by kiemce

This is a top pick!
15

... in so was starting on the back foot. As it turns out, this enabled me to continue my flawless sunny run in Ireland as the sun broke through literally as I stepped out the front door. Unfortunately, my limited edition Canadian Club sunglasses had become ...

Home - entertaining and getting organized, Wicklow, Ireland travel blog

Home - entertaining and getting organized

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

This is a top pick!

Entry on the way. Honest. Not that it's going to say much; the photos do all that for me. So check them out in the meantime. And ...

Where the heart is... & where 'the Honeymoon' ends, Wicklow, Ireland travel blog

Where the heart is... & where 'the Honeymoon' ends

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

This is a top pick!

Wicklow, Ireland GMT +0:00hrs Entry to follow... ...

Happy Birthday To Me!, Kilronan, Inishmore, Aran Islands, Ireland travel blog

Happy Birthday To Me!

A travel blog entry by wonderer

This is a top pick!
3

... birthday away from home. I haven't spent the whole day alone. I spent much of it with Katherine Chambers, my companion in Ireland. Our experience of this adventure so far is very much filtered through each other. Today she got her hair cut short--a ...

The Three ....., Derry, United Kingdom travel blog

The Three .....

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

This is a top pick!
4
115

... people call SLASH Slash Why is it called Slash. Well, some people know this, the only remaining walled town on the island of Ireland as Derry/Londonderry.  I prefer Slash. It has a nicer ring to it, but it ain't no Paradise City !!! We found ...

Dingle... yes Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle... yes Dingle

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

This is a top pick!
10

... . We stopped a few times to walk some beaches and take in the sea air. It was a little weird to walk on a sandy beach in Ireland as that isn't something you associate with this island. On one of our stops in a little town we were in a grocery store and ...

Halloween in Ireland, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Halloween in Ireland

A travel blog entry by wonderer

This is a top pick!

... ! We headed out to see if we could catch some of the parade on Shop Street. (Yes, a Halloween parade. Remember, Halloween in Ireland doesn't involve snow, though it was pretty cold. We'd been warned that Halloween was a big deal--it was! Almost no ...

You Killed Kenny, You Bastard, Kilkenny, Ireland travel blog

You Killed Kenny, You Bastard

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

This is a top pick!
3
50

... , but they did do a good job. The tour ended in the long  gallery, which we were told was the second longest room in Ireland. She did say where the first longest was, but I was pissing myself with laughter at her use of English, but then again, I was ...

Sort by Newest Best first