Lower Lough Erne which, on a map, looks like it should be Upper Lough Erne, is a liquid paradise for boaters, fishermen, and escapists searching for tranquility. For those of us on land, a drive around the lough reveals its isolated treasures to those who take the time to search them out. The Treasures of [...]
Family fun in Ireland can be found around practically every bend of the road, with the national forests and endless kilometers of fields and green grass, giving families plenty to see and do. But castle visits, spectacular scenery, or visit to the local park can become a little repetitive for the kids, as they seek [...]
As I reviewed the most popular posts for 2013, it seemed to me that quite a few people were planning – or thinking about planning – an Ireland family vacation. I’m excited so many people found information here! I hope I was able to help, or inspire you, to take your family to Ireland. 2013 [...]
I love talking about Ireland travel whenever I get the chance, so I was thrilled to be invited by the Webster City (Iowa) Chamber to talk with the community about the Chamber sponsored trip to Ireland this evening. Many of the places their tour will take them are sites I have had the great fortune [...]
Don’t ‘day trip’ Dingle- at the minimum you should spend two days on the peninsula. See the 2 Day Dingle Itineray.
The other day I had the chance to chat with Eoin at Bitesize Irish Gaelic about some of the ‘surprises’ you may run into during an Ireland vacation. It’s a really fun interview covering a wide range of topics – food, driving, hidden places few people visit, and, of course, the Irish language. Eoin has set [...]