S: Ireland 2011
BC: Slieve Mish
FC: Ireland 2012
1: The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. | Ireland 2012 May 5 - May 10 A perfect blend of history and nature.
2: Day 1, Dublin Ireland, Aberdeen Lodge. | Trinity College | Sandymount
3: Temple Bar
4: Pearse Station | The first railway station built in the country in the 1830s, when the Dublin-Kingstown railway line was opened.
6: Day 2 Cork City, The Blarney Stone Guesthouse | Cork City Courthouse and Church
7: Warming Up with some Irish whiskey at Reidy's Vault Pub
8: Cork City, Goal Cork, Ireland Once housed prisoners in the 19th century, often in wretched conditions.
9: Day 3 Kerry, Ballyseede Castle
10: Ardfert Cathedral, Kerry, Ireland
11: Macroom Castle Demense | Cork County
12: Day 4 Bunratty Castle Hotel | This 15th-century castle is situated in the village of Bunratty on the banks of the river Shannon.
13: Bunratty Castle | The name Bunratty, Bun Raite in Irish, means the 'bottom' or end of the 'Ratty' river. The first dwellings to occupy the site in 970 were part of a Viking trading camp.
14: Bunratty Castle
15: The Creamery Bar | Durty Nelly's | Durty Nelly’s is one of Ireland’s most famous pubs and offers a truly unique Irish experience through its history and character.
16: Cliffs of Moher, an utterly breath taking view... As of July 2009, the Cliffs were named one of 28 global finalists in the "New Seven Wonders of Nature".
18: The Cliffs of Moher
20: Clontarf Castle Dublin | Day 5
21: Dating back to 1172, Clontarf Castle was built by the Norman adventurer Hugh de Lacy, though the area is recorded in earlier Irish History for the famous Battle of Clontarf which saw the victory, but demise of Ireland's last High King Brian Boru, in 1014.