The Cliffs of Moher Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before
Oct01

The Cliffs of Moher Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before

The Cliffs of Moher Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before Via: Wiebe de Jager The Cliffs of Moher (Irish: Aillte an Mhothair) [1] are located at the southwestern edge of the Burren region in County Clare, Ireland. [2][3] They rise 120 metres (390 ft) above the Atlantic Ocean at Hag’s Head, and reach their maximum height of 214 metres (702 ft) just north of O’Brien’s Tower, eight kilometres to the north. [4] A...

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IrishCoin A New Digital Currency For The Irish.
Jul02

IrishCoin A New Digital Currency For The Irish.

Ní neart go cur le chéile – no strength without unity. That’s the motto of Irishcoin, a new peer-to-peer digital currency, like Bitcoin, aimed at boosting the Irish tourism sector. Launched back in 2014, Irishcoin (IRL for short) aims at promoting tourism by acting as a discount voucher at participating bars, restaurants, hotels, tourist attractions, and the like. “Irish tourism is worth over $3B per year to the Irish economy and...

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New Airs with Liam O Maonlai
Jun08

New Airs with Liam O Maonlai

NEW AIRS is a classical crossover and fusion group from Ireland combining classical strings with rock/folk percussion and synthesized electronics. New Airs record live pop up studio arrangements of classic rock and pop songs at various unique venues around Ireland. The production is directed by Irish composer, arranger and producer Glen Austin. The production is centered on our NEW AIRS You Tube Channel where our live videos are...

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Ireland is ‘hot’ – according to international luxury travel network
May10

Ireland is ‘hot’ – according to international luxury travel network

Ireland is ‘hot’ – according to international luxury travel network An international network of luxury travel agencies, Virtuoso, has revealed its list of “hottest” destinations for the upcoming 2016 summer travel season – and Ireland is at number six on the list. The survey shows that European destinations are top of the bucket list for most upscale American and Canadian jetsetters this summer – with Italy, the UK, France, Spain and...

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House of the week: Thatch Cottage, Cooraclare.
Apr13

House of the week: Thatch Cottage, Cooraclare.

Who doesn’t dream of a nice thatched cottage in the Irish countryside. Fire crackling, warm cup of tea whilst watching the rolling hills from the windows. Here is your opportunity to purchase such a place. Conveniently located on the main road just outside Kilrush sits a 150+ year old quintessential stack stone cottage, coupled with an outbuilding and 0.5 acres of manicured garden. The postcard of Irish cottages! An American...

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The Wild Atlantic Ocean in Spring on the Dingle Peninsula
Apr11

The Wild Atlantic Ocean in Spring on the Dingle Peninsula

The Wild Atlantic Ocean in Spring on the Dingle Peninsula via dinglephoto.com

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St Patrick’s Day Dublin: be Irish for a day or four
Mar15

St Patrick’s Day Dublin: be Irish for a day or four

St Patrick’s Day Dublin: be Irish for a day or four As the national holiday celebrated in more countries around the world than any other, St Patrick’s Day is the one day when everyone wants to be Irish… ..Except that celebrating the very best of Irish and international talent takes more than a single day back in the old country, which is why this year’s St Patrick’s Festival takes place over four days from Saturday 14 to Tuesday...

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Boeing 767 to create glamping village in Sligo
Mar02

Boeing 767 to create glamping village in Sligo

Boeing 767-200 series to land in Enniscrone! After almost 30years of transatlantic flights, the Boeing 767 is almost ready to embark on the historic final leg of its journey along The Wild Atlantic Way. A team of engineers have been working on the 159ft long x 158ft wide passenger aircraft in Shannon Airport since early 2015 getting it ready for its transportation to the innovative glamping site ‘Quirky Nights Glamping’ in...

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Lives of Ordinary People in 1916 Dublin to be Explored at Centenary Event in Christ Church Cathedral
Feb15

Lives of Ordinary People in 1916 Dublin to be Explored at Centenary Event in Christ Church Cathedral

The First Minister of Northern Ireland, Arlene Foster MLA, has indicated that she will attend a special 1916 Centenary event in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, next week. A state of chassis’ – Ordinary People in Extraordinary Circumstances in Dublin in 1916 takes place on Wednesday February 17 at 7.30 pm in the cathedral. The evening of engaging presentations by leading Irish historians with an opportunity for discussion is being...

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BIll O’Reilly Will Move To Ireland On Sanders Win
Jan18

BIll O’Reilly Will Move To Ireland On Sanders Win

Fox news pundit Bill O’Reilly threatened to move back to his native Killarney if Bernie Sanders becomes president last week during an exchange with White House correspondent Ed Henry.  ...

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