The beauty is in the simplicity, Foxford Woollen Mills was found in 1892 by the Irish Sisters of Charity. Today Foxford is world renowned for their beautiful Irish throws and blankets perfect for those chilly nights! They make the best gifts to snuggle up with after a long day! #westofireland#trending#giftsgiving#summernights
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Inis Oirr is probably my favorite place I visited in #ireland 🇮🇪 From gorgeous nature walks like this to shipwrecks (more on that later), to the awesome, welcoming people I was in ❤️
Conor’s Pass, Co. Kerry.
At the end of March 2018 I made my way back to Ireland for a quick trip through the southwest over Easter break; along the Dingle Peninsula in county Kerry and the west coast of county Clare.
On the way down the west coast from Limerick we stopped at Conor’s Pass on a lovely sunny spring day to take in the sights from the mountainous pass crossing through the Dingle Peninsula. The sweeping views from vistas along the pass reveal a dramatic and desolate landscape.
When you've got #BankHoliday vibes but you can't hide your #Halloween excitement.
This Sunday is TWO MONTHS until #DerryHalloween kicks off! It's time to be thinking of your trip here so you can start planning for the biggest and best Halloween celebration on Earth 🌏🎆🎃
Use your weekend wisely! #NeverTooEarly
We hiked to the top of Croagh Patrick (“Ireland’s holiest mountain”) as a tribute to a friend who hiked the same mountain 25 years ago. It was one of the toughest hikes I’ve ever done, the rainy and windy conditions made the hike treacherous. But coming back down we came out of the rain to pastoral scenes like this.
Cloghernagh Mountain (800m) is the 4th highest mountain in the Dublin/Wicklow Mountains area. The views from the top of the Mountain are stunning especially over the Fraughan Rock Glen and Arts Lough.
Last year I hiked to the summit of this mountain but sadly lost the photographs from that trip, so a revisit is on the books for later this year. The Waterfall you see here has no name so for the sake it this post we will call it the Cloghernagh Waterfall.
Standing at the edge of Malin Head, the most northerly tip of the island of Ireland, it is easy to see why Star Wars location scouts picked this spot to feature in Star Wars: The Last Jedi – the raw power of nature here can almost be overwhelming, but is always awe-inspiring…