Isn’t it about time you visited Ireland?
Come on! Book that ticket. Rent a car. Circle the Iveragh Peninsula and summit the fog-covered mountains that fall into a sloping patchwork of green fields. Stop in Portmagee and order a pint at the Bridge Bar. Make a few new friends as traditional, Irish music pulses through the wild Atlantic air. If the Guinness makes you sleepy, check in at the adjoining Moorings Guesthouse. There’s no better place to rest your head than in a little fishing village on the edge of Kerry.
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The nudge I need.
You can come visit me when I move there later this year. 🙂
WHAT?!?!?!? Ok, now we really have to have coffee.. Or, You’d BETTER be at writing group tomorrow!
That is a fabulous photograph.
Sounds wonderful! Adding these details to my bucket list. 🙂
I feel like your bucket list wouldn’t be complete without it. 🙂
Sounds very tempting Jolene! 🙂
It’s my goal to tempt as many people into Ireland as possible. You’d like visiting the Skellligs (off the coast of this peninsula) for the birds. During the summer, Skellig Michael is teeming with Puffins.