From May on, down our neck of the woods it’s all flip-flops, board-shorts and sunnies. Okay, so we might keep the odd raincoat to hand too – but right through the summer, we are firmly committed to hanging out by the sea. Beach life in Ireland really kicks into gear in the summer – we […]
- Rosaleen Liston says: Hi Roisin, what a lovely article on Limerick’s treasures, well done and I hope lots of...
- Leonie says: Thanks Stephanie! I agree with you about enjoying a light lunch with the puffins – I think a slice...
- Stephanie says: Leonie, You’ve described so many reasons why I love Kerry too. The Skelligs may very well be my...
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