My name is Clarisse, I'm currently studying nursing in Belgium. It's my second year.
Next year, I'll maybe travelling to Ireland (Dublin) for 3 months to make internships at hospitals and to follow some lessons at school too.
I'm looking for some informations about nursing profession on the internet, but I don't find anything interesting. So, is that someone could give me informations? How about irish nurse's skills?
I already thank you for your answers,
I am looking for accommodation in Adare for August and finding it difficult .I will be on my own and ,since the wife will be in the UK, I am not too fussy about "quality".I don't want to pay more than 60 Euro, preferably, but I don't want a dive either.
So I have found reference to the Caharess B+B in Croom but can't find their website.Can any one help?
Are there any hotels in Croom with accom?Or any other towns with hotel rooms relatively close to Adair?
I know Limerick is not far away but…
My husband and I will tour Ireland in June with daughters ages 17 & 27. Below is our tentative itinerary and I would welcome comments and suggestions
Days 1&2: Sightsee Dublin. 3 nights
Day 3: Trinity College campus tour
Day 4: Pick up rental car and drive to Cashel to visit the Rock and Bru Boru. Any ideas about places to stop enroute?
Day 5: Blarney Castle, visit relatives, night in Bantry
Day 6: Ring of Kerry to Portmagee and Skellig Experience. Night in Portmagee.
I am traveling to Galway in late May this year. I am very interested in visiting Connemara. Is it best to take a guided tour (via Galway Tour Company) or to just take a bus to Letterfrack and hike the Diamond Hill Trail with my travel companion?
I would really like to do some hiking and exploring at my own pace. Then again, I can see the benefit of a guided tour in that I would be able to see a variety of sites in one day. I just worry about that cattle-like feeling of getting on and off a bus…
My friend and I are planning on doing the one of those trails arond the begining of may and I was wondering whats the most recomended trail and if it's possible to do parts of the trail instead of the whole way, and if so what points are possible and/or reccomended to start from.
also how long should be each part and what are the terrain conditions.
thanks in advance :)
Hi - we are planning a 5 night trip to Ireland end of July, we will likely ferry from England into Dublin.
I am seeking suggestions for transportation and where to base ourselves.
We would like to have the last 2 nights in Dublin as we fly out from there and to see some sights in Dublin so the other 3 nights we would like to be based in a smaller town not a big city with a very traditional Irish feel.
I have family history in Limerick and County Clare so that is a must visit. We also want to…