Ireland - every time. Ok it's a bit of a journey to get here, but when you do it will be well worth it.The people are engaging and warm and will always make you feel welcome, hospitality comes hand in glove with being Irish.The scenery is incredibly beautiful and extremely green,whether you are in the heart of the countryside or beside the sea......anyway ,you are never far from either.Brilliant food and night life in the cities.Great historic buildings from castles to cottages are to be seen all over the country.The weather isn't the hottest,but it's not so bad, and everything else compensates.
Australia is about the same size as the USA, so there is plenty of variety here. At the moment you could be snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef or watching the first snow of the season in the high country. It depends on what you like to see and do on your holidays. The Gold Coast in southern Queensland is very popular, but so is watching the Fairy Penguins come ashore at dusk on Phillip Island.
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