There are more than a few people that are always encouraging me to go to Ireland’s west coast. When they discover that I create a 'home base' in the southeast, east, Midlands and south central Ireland … well, they look confused. You can see their minds racing, almost thinking, how could someone go to Ireland and not… Continue reading An Ireland’s Ancient East Ambassador
If you are traveling to Ireland, there is one ‘must have’ in that suitcase … an umbrella. If you want to be really savvy; pack a raincoat, too. There are times you can use both. For December 2015, an ark would have been a good addition. If only it would have fit in my carry-on.… Continue reading Ireland … No Need to Apologize for the Rain!
Cahir, County Tipperary, is one of my favorite places in Ireland. Traveling to Ireland without stopping in Chair for a few hours seems ... well, wrong. In fact, in December 2014, while basing in County Wicklow, I heard Cahir's 'call' loud and clear. Enough that I drove more than two hours and stayed the night, just so that… Continue reading My Love Affair with Cahir, County Tipperary
Thinking about traveling to Ireland in December? Wondering what it is really like? While I am not an expert, I can share what I have found from my two trips in south County Tipperary (2012) and County Wicklow (2014). The Weather. The published average temperature is 48F. I have found that it is relatively accurate.… Continue reading Ireland in December