I have 5 days to play before my week conference and would love to team up with another for some great outdoor adventure and exercise. An ideal partner would be someone who's already outdoorsy, in shape and loves to hike/camp/ explore beautiful places.
Any ideas, any questions, suggestions....please share. Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks.
My friend and I will be walking the Kerry Way beginning of July. Not sure if we will need to book accommodations ahead of time or not. There is a mix of hostels and B&Bs. Anyone have any suggestions through experience or other forums I might find to ask?
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I'll be in Ireland for nearly a full month (June 20th at the latest - July 28th) and I plan on traveling across the country. I'll start in Dublin, go to Wicklow, then perhaps rent a car and drive to Waterford. I'd like to see Cork and Limerick, unsure about Kerry. Then go on to Clare and Galway. After that I'm sure most of my month will be gone. I'd like to take my time, drive where it will be least difficult (first time driving on the opposite side of the road!) and see rural Ireland. I'd like…
Any place worth seeing is best seen by foot. For anyone interested in following their own footsteps around Dublin, here are a few self-guided routes that you can follow in some of the most interesting neighborhoods. After various trips to Dublin, I've written up where you can best run/walk past lots of the best sights in town, with pictures and maps included.
I'm American, 33 yrs old and have been out of school for over a year. I want to stay in Dublin for 6-9 months for an unpaid internship. What are my options? Can I arrive in Dublin, stay 3 months, go to the UK or Northern Ireland for a weekend and come back to Dublin for another 3 months? Should I enter the UK first and get a 6 month stamp, go to Northern Ireland and somehow get to Dublin without getting stamped again? Could I spend 3 months in Dublin, 3 months in Northern Ireland and then 3…