- First Sea Day - North AtlanticOvernight the ship has provided a small hint to prove that she is indeed a ship and not a perfectly stable hotel. Speeding along at over 20 knots she is rolling just a tiny bit and pitching about 3°. Posted by greynomadm in 2014-09 Royal Princess | Sep 20, 2014
- Cobh, County Cork, Republic of IrelandOur ship sailed at the amazing speed of 23 knots from Belfast to arrive at Cobh at 08:30 under a dreary sky. The locals claim to have had two weeks of sunshine and the clouds arrived with the ship. Posted by greynomadm in 2014-09 Royal Princess | Sep 19, 2014
- Do ya ken, KenUp early this morning to see if the Scots would have the guts to vote for independence. Apparently not.
There's often lots of movement in and around the hostel early - people leaving to go onto Galway or south to Kerry, Posted by johnward in The Boy from Killcrossduff | Sep 19, 2014
- On the pole in AnnascaulAs we made our way to breakfast this morning, we heard the dulcet tones of The Corrs dancing up the stairs. Really Ireland, really?! Our lovely host all but force fed us breakfast (yoghurt in particular) and was Posted by Buccas in Neville's Adventures | Sep 18, 2014
- Setting up CampLook, I know that The Corrs are one of Ireland's most well known musical exports, but do they REALLY have to be on the radio every single freaking time we get in the car? Today's answer to that question Posted by Buccas in Neville's Adventures | Sep 18, 2014
- Day 1: DublinHello all! Welcome to our travel blog, written by Tahnee and pics by us both.
6am am here in Dublin; we got into our hotel room yesterday afternoon, went to have a quick nap at around 6pm before dinner and Posted by tahnsandjeremy in The Adventures of Tahnee and Jeremy | Sep 9, 2014
- Day 2: DublinSo, Day 2!
We had prebooked tickets to visit the Guinness factory that required us to be there before 11:30, so after tracking down some breakfast we headed over there.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/687503/large_20140910_1..treet_Upper.jpg Posted by tahnsandjeremy in The Adventures of Tahnee and Jeremy | Sep 12, 2014
- ''I'll get you audited''As far as I know , Anthony Cafferkey and PJ Sheerin have never met and are unlikely to do so, but their worlds collided this week when both their names featured in the quarterly list of tax defaulters published in Posted by johnward in The Boy from Killcrossduff | Sep 11, 2014
- 'Irish soldiers don't stand back'*Ireland must be one of the few countries in the world where, the Minister for Defence also doubles as the Minister for Agriculture, although in fairness, over the years the Agriculture brief has been the more demanding and bruising. But Posted by johnward in The Boy from Killcrossduff | Sep 5, 2014
- Belfast, Bombings and BoxtyWe had a big storm in north Clare last week (I'd been under the impression that I'd been living in west Clare for the last 6 weeks, but that's another story). Heavy rain and strong winds throughout the day turned Posted by johnward in The Boy from Killcrossduff | Sep 4, 2014
- More Exciting News!Hello everybody and welcome back,
As I have mentioned before, high school is really taking up all of my time (and my sanity), so I haven't been able to bird as much as during this past summer, which was fantastic for Posted by skwclar in Birding Around the World | Sep 1, 2014
- Here we go again...Almost four years ago I set off on my own to travel around the globe. It was one of the best experiences I ever had and I knew it was only a matter of time before I would head off Posted by mattld in An Irish (and Spanish!) Lad Abroad | Sep 1, 2014
- 3:13 - not quite enoughIt's not often that The Clash are referenced prior to one of the nation's major sporting events, but that is what happened today. Joe Brolly, ex player, All Ireland winner, pundit, contrarian (professional in execution, still amateur in enjoyment, in Posted by johnward in The Boy from Killcrossduff | Aug 31, 2014
- Ireland's Killing FieldsThis weekend was the Doolin Beer Festival, a celebration of all things craft and artisan in the world of Irish beers and food. This year was slightly different because the Friday events were cancelled following a funeral in the village. Posted by johnward in The Boy from Killcrossduff | Aug 26, 2014
- Croker ChokerYesterday was the All Ireland Football Semi Final between Mayo and Kerry and, inevitably it involved a revisit to the House of Pain that is the lot of a Mayo supporter (see entry Final Whistle. Cue deep existential despair). Mayo Posted by johnward in The Boy from Killcrossduff | Aug 25, 2014
- Ireland Meets ChrisDue to wrapping up some details with housing and work, Chris had to go to Ireland to start his new job without me. He has settled into a room in a very nice couples house while he looks for Posted by TeamGreen in Chris Arrives! | Aug 24, 2014
- From County Cavan to Lincoln CountyTwo words guaranteed to send me into the slough of despair is 'comedy western' . Apart from Blazing Saddles, Butch and Sundance, Cat Ballou and couple of deliberately humorous moments in Silverado the concept simply [b]does not work[/ Posted by johnward in The Boy from Killcrossduff | Aug 20, 2014
- Irish Sam's Bro (in law)A few months ago I wrote a short piece about Irish Sam, an Irish jihadist plying his trade in Syria and, one has to say plying his trade successively, as I haven't seen any reports of his death. He's related Posted by johnward in The Boy from Killcrossduff | Aug 20, 2014
- Thursday we spoke a lot of BlarneyWe packed up the car and headed out of Cork for Blarney Castle. To our surprise there was a queue – something we’re not use to and didn’t expect.
It didn’t take too long to get to the head of the Posted by Touringteamf in Our Trip to the Other Side of the World | Aug 16, 2014
- Beautiful day in Dublin
I am really very fortunate!!! It's 10 degree celsiums with sun today! Caught my with my best German buddy Martin Leonhardt, havent seen him since 3 years in New York! He moved to Dublin Posted by keithyuenck in KEXplorer - My World Trotting Journey | Aug 15, 2014
- Wednesday we headed for CorkWe headed for Cork. The day was clear but the driving conditions appeared to be more foggy than usual.
We headed south, to see the Cliffs of Moher. First stop was a lovely seaside village of Kinvara, complete with its own Posted by Touringteamf in Our Trip to the Other Side of the World | Aug 15, 2014
- Tuesday and we toured GalwayWe headed into Galway to do a Hop On Hop Off Bus tour. It was raining so we took our grand supply of umbrella’s with us. The rain cleared enough for us to sit up on the open air top Posted by Touringteamf in Our Trip to the Other Side of the World | Aug 15, 2014
- 98 and 99 West St, Drogheda
Posted by smilers2 in The Smilers Big OE | Aug 14, 2014
- Our watercolour from Ireland Posted by smilers2 in The Smilers Big OE | Aug 14, 2014
- Dublin airport by the looks....
Posted by smilers2 in The Smilers Big OE | Aug 14, 2014