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Boo Hoo …Elaine O’ Connor ( Isaacs Hostel and Jacobs Inn staff) is sadly leaving us to head to the Big Apple or a year ..We will miss you Elaine and your blagging …Here are her final musings …. TOP 3 THINGS I’LL MISS ABOUT DUBLIN. Like many an immigrant before me, I’ve got my…
Mad March is full of crazy Paddy’s Day parties around Dublin and Ireland . April is a more relaxed month in the City with time to chill out and prepare for Easter . Here are a few of my ideas as what to do in Dublin in April which take you slightly off the beaten…
to mark the launch of the Wild Ireland Tour on the 24th of March, we’ve teamed up with the guys at TurfnSurf Tours to give one lucky winner the ultimate Irish experience. You and a friend will travel around Ireland’s top tourist highlights and those beautiful secret spots. The package (valued at‚1000!) is put together…
Dublin is full of activities. It is a giant playground to the intrepid traveller. Pretty much anything you can think of is going on somewhere in the city. That’s why when we heard you could go wakeboarding in the canal, we weren’t even surprised. We went off down to WakeDock in the Grand Canal Dock to try it out for ourselves.
St. Patrick’s weekend is the most vibrant and exciting time to be in Dublin. It is a festival of green as the Irish return to the capital from far and wide to celebrate the day of St. Patrick, The patron saint of Ireland. But its not just the Irish. People flock from all around the globe to the Dublin St. Patrick’s Festival, held over three consecutive days every year. The biggest and best celebration for the saint and on everyone’s bucket list.
Dublin is a sprawling city of much culture and activities. Most of these cost money but there are things that you can do around Dublin for free.
We were invited up to Bundoran in Donegal by our friends at Turf ‘n’ Surf tours. A brilliant surf school and hostel all rolled into one
January is now officially over. The recuperating from the holidays is finally done and it is time to get on with 2014. Lucky for us, Dublin is a hive of activity this February.
Dublin is no stranger to bad weather so (as a home-grown Dubliner) knowing the best places to avoid those pesky wet days is key to living in this city. I’ll let you in on the best ones if you’re nice.
Arriving in a big city can be daunting. Especially when you have limited time. What do you see? What can you go without seeing? What to do in Dublin in one day?