Here are my Top 10 favourite things about Ireland…
Here are Zoe’s Top 10 Favourite Things About Ireland!
Have you ever seen a giant? Let me take you on our journey along the Antrim Coast where I saw castles, cute towns and where I heard about a giant named Finn McCool…… After an interesting day in Belfast, we headed north along the Causeway Coastal
“Our revenge will be the laughter of our children”. That was a quote by the Irish Republican Bobby Sands, who lived in Belfast. We drove to Northern Ireland today because we were curious about what the North was like. We went on a tour around the
Over the past couple of weeks we have searched for the hidden gold of the Leprechauns. Unfortunately, we did not find the gold at the end of the rainbow, but we did find plenty of jewels… You may have heard Ireland called “the emerald isle” on
It’s nice to meet new friends around the world. Check out what we did in County Mayo:
Today, Friday, July 25th, we visited the city of Galway to celebrate my birthday because the weather forecast says that it’s going to rain on my actual birthday. We decided to do a walking tour around the city to learn more about it’s fascinating history.
Today we visited the Bunratty Castle and learned lots of interesting facts about the defence of the castle and bits of information about the castle itself. To learn more information about the defences of Bunratty Castle, click here to read Zoe’s post. After visiting the
What do you think would happen if you tried to attack Bunratty Castle? We went to Bunratty Castle and took a tour of the castle and the grounds. We started in the basement where we learned the history about the castle. We went outside and the tour guide,
Have you ever tried Blackcurrant cordial? I have, and I absolutely love it. It tastes like sweet berries and a sour lemon mixed together. We decided to make it because the place we are staying at has a blackcurrant bush so Mikhaila and I went
Since I really wanted to try interesting foods in Ireland, my mom went to the store and bought black and white puddings, which are made of pork meat and fat, oatmeal, other spices, and (only in the black pudding) BLOOD! In the package, they
I’m not sure about you, but I always visualized the Blarney Stone as being a huge rock in the middle of a field surrounded by tourists. Maybe looking something like this (but with more tourists): But what the Blarney Stone actually looks like is this:
We got out of bed excited to go to the Cliffs of Moher which is a beautiful place where you can see the North Atlantic Ocean and gigantic cliffs as far as the eye can see. You can also walk, hike, eat, sleep and many more
Today we visited the Blarney Castle and Gardens to kiss the Blarney Stone. Our visit was divided into three parts. First, we took a walk through a lovely forest that had beautiful tall trees, as well as a fern garden and a horse graveyard. Next,
Saturday We woke up the second morning north of the city of Limerick. We got out of bed got ready and had breakfast. After breakfast we said goodbye to our new friends, who were off to their summer vacation in the south of Ireland. We decided