Flute meeting, Cruinniú na Flúit

If you are looking for some genuine good craic and great music this weekend April 20-22nd, you can’t go wrong with the flute meeting (Cruinniú na Flúit) in Ballyvourney.  This festival has become an annual event and draws flute players (and other musicians) from all over Ireland and indeed the world. Ballyvourney is a smallContinue reading “Flute meeting, Cruinniú na Flúit”

Giant’s Causeway

( Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no extra cost to you, I will earn a commision if you click through and make a purchase)   Perched on the North Eastern edge of Ireland, if you travel through the loyalist towns with their Union Jack flags, lies one of myContinue reading “Giant’s Causeway”

Cliffs Of Moher. How to get there and enjoy it.

( Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no extra cost to you, I will earn a commision if you click through and make a purchase)   Getting to The Cliffs of Moher:   The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s most visited tourist sites and easily the most visitedContinue reading “Cliffs Of Moher. How to get there and enjoy it.”

Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse is Ireland’s most visited tourist attraction with over 1.6million visitors in 2016. With Dublin full of wonderful things to do, I want to help you decide if it is worth your while. My first impressions of Guinness storehouse was that it was an overly commercial venture with little cultural and educational value.Continue reading “Guinness Storehouse”