A newly arrived tour group are thrilled with the wonderful Spring weather we are enjoying at the moment. We’d love to say we can promise blue skies and warm sunshine every April – sadly no, but at least we have proof it does happen!
Our office is in a converted coach house, more than two hundred years old. On a day like today it’s lovely to see the sun streaming in the windows and to look out over the garden. If you must work there are certainly worse places to do it!
Sometime you need to look at a familiar place a different way to really appreciate it. This time lapse video shot by Dublin photographer Richard Twomey starts at dawn in Dublin and follows the city into the night.
Almost every guidebook will tell you that John Dunlap, who printed the first copies of the Declaration of Independence, served his apprenticeship in Gray’s Bookshop in Strabane. But is it true? We did a little research.
The 195 km long Ring of Beara takes you on a journey of spectacular coastal and mountain scenery, through an old mining village, fishing villages and, optionally, side trips to islands just off the shore.