💿 Ireland's Greatest Hits The #cliffsofmoher are Ireland's top tourist attraction. You'll understand why when you stand on top of them. Our mission is to make you ♥️ #ireland as much as we do. Mostly, that means taking you to our favourite But sometimes, when it's this beautiful, we've just gotta bring you Ireland's cheesey, greatest hits. Right?
"The Goblins Window" A photo I took this evening of a window on an old Irish cottage, I had photographed this window a few years back when it was christened "The Goblins Window" or "Yoda's Window" because of the shape of the broken glass. I was amazed to see this evening that nothing had changed with the exception of there being more moss on the stonework. #ireland#irish
It's so easy to fall in love with Ireland but there is so much more to it than its dramatic coast, green pastures, pretty villages and pubs ☘️💚 We lived in Ireland for over a decade and these are our favourite things to see and do there - what would you add? Link in bio 😉
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That Irish green. . . . Of all the countries I've travelled to, I found the green of the grass in Ireland to be the most striking and bright and just "the perfect green"! I've only ever travelled to Ireland in the winter time...I wonder how the green appears in the summer time... . . . #green#ireland
Are you a part of these Irish clans? 🍀 Tag your fellow Murphy’s or Doyle’s! Every couple of weeks we’ll be exploring more Irish surnames in celebration of our heritage. . . . #instaireland#wanderireland
Another view of one of the Belfast peace walls, dividing the Protestant/loyalist Shankill area from the Catholic Falls Road area. The second photo shows how the wall has been added onto over the years, fortified by new layers. In some places the walls are 25 feet tall. Tomorrow I’ll post the view from the other side. . . . #belfast#peacewall
#repost @qbsontours • • • • • ☘☘☘😊😊💚💚💚 In the past, Irish people heated their homes and cooked their food using turf taken from the bog as fuel. Turf was cut from the bog by hand, using a two-sided spade called a sleán. Entire families often helped to save the turf on the bog. Saving the turf involved turning each sod of turf to ensure the sun and wind could help in the drying process. The turf was then placed upright or 'footed' for further drying. Footing the turf was a back-breaking job and involved placing five or six ...
🇨🇮 Na Península de Dingle situa-se o ponto mais ocidental da Irlanda.Tive imensa sorte🍀 em conseguir ver este incrível pôr do sol nesta fantástica península 🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮🇨🇮 On the Dingle peninsula lies the most westerly point in Ireland. I have been lucky enough to see this incredible sunset on this fantastic peninsula . . . . #sunset#sunsetlover
Fancy a trip to Ireland this October? The water is cool, the air is fresh, but the Irish welcome is always warm. Every nook and cranny of the coastline yields new spots, some of which can even be offshore on prevailing south westerly’s due to the staggered and intricate shape of the coastline. Join us for a trip to one of the worlds best kept bodyboarding secrets. (October 4-11) 📷 @saltshots look closely and you can see @robbarber007 bottom turning 👀