21 Reasons You Definitely Need To Visit Ireland
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The Irish Sky Garden Crater by Turrell, is located on the grounds of Liss Ard Estate, Skibbereen, County Cork. It is, as the name suggests, a man made crater, created through the mounding of earth on all sides. At the center lies the “Vault Purchase”, a monolithic stone plinth, upon which offers unobstructed, focused views of the sky, offering a chance for contemplation.
Seven Irish Women You Should Know
by Marthine Satris Just in case you’re planning on attending a St Patrick’s Day party where you want to gather a small group in the corner and wow them with your mastery (mistressy?) of Irish trivia and feminist history over whisky, I present you with a completely subjective list of The Greatest Wom
An Irish Proverb
"A cabin with plenty of food is better than a hungry castle." - Irish Proverb Being "house proud", as my grandmother used to say, makes you look important, but does little to feed hungry bellies.
Travel Tuesday: Driving the Ring of Kerry | Fab Everyday
While we were in Ireland this summer, we spent a day driving the Ring of Kerry. We had so many amazing memories and photos from that day, that it needed a blog post all it’s own. To see the reviews, tips, photos, and our drive playlist from the rest of our Ireland trip, click here toContinue Reading
Fun Facts, Weird Facts, Funny Facts, Interesting Facts - SoTrueFacts.comThe correct response to the Irish greeting, 'Top of the morning to you', is 'and the rest of the day to yourself'.
The correct response to the Irish greeting, 'Top of the morning to you', is 'and the rest of the day to yourself'.