Beautiful countryside, friendly people and that terrific Irish accent...what's not to love about Ireland
I love Ireland for the tenaciousness of it's people. Who else but the Irish would have thought to heat their homes with compacted vegetation (peat) when trees were unavailable for firewood? Through famine and countless bloody conflicts, they have stood their ground and declared Ireland their home. Before I visited, I read up on some Irish history, and I was really impressed with the bold sprit of the Irish.
I have never been but i love the Irish culture. If i ever have enough money to some where out of the US, Ireland is the first place on my list. I love Irish pubs. I here it is very beautiful with great views and old castles to explore. And the accents are the best.
Ireland is a nice country for me because in Ireland you can find the Bunratty Castle, the Rock of Cashel, the Cliffs of Moher, Holy Cross Abbey and Blarney Castle.
I love Ireland for its beauty, history, and the welcoming spirit of the people. They have a plucky, charming sense of humor and is fun to engage in over pins of Guinness at small, dark pubs after tea. I lived there for a year and a piece of my heart will always be part of the sod and stone of the Emerald Isle. The lilt of their voices is music to my ears, and I grow "homesick" for another visit.
Beautiful country , great food , friendly people , some amazing
sites . I lived in Ireland for about ten years and traveled from
Waterville to Galway . I lived in Cork and worked in quite a few
places doing site investigation including Dublin and Limmerick .
I found the pace of life relaxing and the hospitality was unbelievable at times . The fishing was great as well .
Ireland is my favorite country. Check out my article.
by Et al... 9 years ago
Why do people in Ireland say "your one" alot?During my 6 month internship in Ireland I never had so much fun in my life! However, I remember being very confused when people said "Your one" alot. Also "pulling the piss" got me too. I think you should write a hub on all...
by Ross Dix-Peek 9 years ago
A Few Things You Should Know About Ireland!ByRoss Dix-Peek Well, the honeymoon is over! Here are a few facts that they donâ��t tell you when immigrating to Ireland! They are merely my views and opinions, and should be treated thus. Ireland is the most expensive country in...
by Sarah 4 years ago
If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?
by peachy 3 years ago
If you were reborn, which country would you wish to be born in?I would love to be born in Korea, a beautiful country with polite,cheerful culture and good mannerism. I want to meet the Kpop idols too. No need to buy plane tickets!
by cfin 4 years ago
The hub of the day accolade has become a huge joke. To emphasize this I want to scrutinize todays hub. The hub states the following misstatements of fact. "its celebration and traditions are primarily American, and the people in other parts of the world generally dislike its...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 7 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: St. Patrick’s day and the Irish-American heritage
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