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24
Feb

Irish Film Destinations – Beara Peninsula & Cong

Ireland has always been a popular spot for film directors, its rugged seascapes, quiet villages and wild countryside making the perfect backdrop to some tragic love story or epic historical drama.   Scenic shots beamed throughout the world in films like Braveheart, Circle of Friends and Dancing at Lughnasa have inspired people from all over the world to come in search of the wild and rugged   island at the edge of Europe. Read more »

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15
Feb

Destinations Made Famous By Movies

Films are like books for me, sometimes I want one to be deep and thought provoking, other times I need something light, to make me laugh, and at other moments, I simply want to escape into a fantastical world filled with adventure, if only for a few hours. Read more »

10
Feb

Number 3 – Romance in Dublin

I’ve always been the organizer of our group; parties, nights out, holidays away. I’m not going to say I don’t enjoy it, because I do, but sometimes it’s nice to have someone else do the organizing. So, if I were to have a perfect, romantic day in Dublin planned for me, this is what it would look like. Read more »

7
Feb

Number 2 – A Romantic Break in Co. Meath

 

Once home to the High Kings of Ireland, Meath is a land of green pastures, crumbling castles, ancient burial sites and mythical tales. A mere 40-minutes drive from Dublin, it’s an ideal spot for a one-night romantic escape to the countryside. Read more »

1
Feb

Leaving Certificate Holidays

The summer I finished my leaving certificate I did a parachute jump for charity, broke my first bone (whilst doing said parachute jump), worked my first full-time job and went on my first holiday abroad with my friends without parents. Of all these new experiences, I remember my holiday in Majorca with the girls most fondly. Read more »