17 Of The Greatest Irish Curse Words And Insults – Defined At Last
For centuries and millennia long before we all pretended we liked each other, the people of Ireland spent the long, rainy days hurling abuse at each other – and no harm to them.For swearing in Ireland is not as intense as swearing is in any other nation (we're looking at you A
Inis Meáin (Inishmaan) Island - Aran Islands Official Guide
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Schoolgirl, 11, is allergic to daylight as it could give her cancer
Alice Tyson, 11, from Cumbria, has suffered with Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XP) since she was a baby. She is forced to wear a home-made welders mask whenever she leaves the house.
Meet the man who is allergic to sunlight - and hopes a Mrs Doubtfire-style mask will help him leave the house without blistering all over
ALEX was just two months old when his parents took him out to the park on a May Bank holiday – but within 10 minutes his face started blistering all over. Though he was initially sent home fr…
Rhoda Twombly: ‘It is vital that the level of healthcare on the islands is not only maintained but, in cases where there have been reductions in the numbre there have been reductions in the number of nurses employed and the hours that they work, restored to previous levels.’
Irish Legends of the Cliffs of Moher - Ireland Stole My Heart
The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland's most visited natural attraction. The beautiful landscape and stunning views are a must-see for any visitor to Ireland. Of course the area is also steeped with myth, making it even more magical. These are some of the legends of the Cliffs of Moher.
Ancient Irish legends and myths surrounding the Cliffs of Moher
Tales of witches, corpse-eating eels, lost mystical cities, Celtic foals, and mermaids all share the same setting - the Cliffs of Moher.
Vernacular (traditional) Irish Cottage. Part One.
The Vernacular house in Ireland. The vernacular houses of the north, southern and west of Ireland were almost always single storied although in some places a second storey may have been added in more prosperous times. This would have been more common in the east and the midlands. Even in the villages and towns, the single storied cottage often lined the streets, and a few of these early, traditional houses although rare still survive. The small single storey house with a thatched roof…
Dangers in Renovating Irish Cottages - Cottageology | Irish Cottages & Culture
Many people enlist the help of a qualified professional to carry out all the works on their renovation project however there has been a growing movement towards self-builders in an effort to drive down the costs of renovation. While this provides immense personal satisfaction and hands on experience with the project one of the biggest problems encountered is that of safety on site – both for themselves and their property. The following are some of the safety issues and precautions you should…
Architects view on Irish Cottage renovation, restoration and extension
Mark Stephens RIAI (Conservation Grade III) Architect gives his views and opinions on extending, renovating and restoring Irish Cottages
The 3-room traditional Irish Cottage:What do do with it & new book from @marion_mcgarry - MARK STEPHENS ARCHITECTS
As the faithful reader will know we have a grá for the three-roomed, traditional Irish Cottage. We have done numerous restorations, refurbishments and extensions to this ubiquitious, traditional architectural form across Ireland. It was of great interest therefore that I Read More ...