Dublin Southern Ireland.I want to visit here one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Dublin Southern Ireland.I want to visit here one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

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described as 3 day budget backpacking tour of southern Ireland, good starting point of places to hit while there.

described as 3 day budget backpacking tour of southern Ireland, good starting point of places to hit while there.

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Going on a trip to Ireland? Be sure to check out the southern half of the country and the "real capital" city of Ireland, Cork. Here are our top tips on what to do from a local's perspective! A Local’s Guide: 33 Things To Do In Cork City - most of which are free!

Going on a trip to Ireland? Be sure to check out the southern half of the country and the "real capital" city of Ireland, Cork. Here are our top tips on what to do from a local's perspective! A Local’s Guide: 33 Things To Do In Cork City - most of which are free!

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Inchydoney Island, Clonakilty, Co. Cork Ireland. Took my first swim in the Atlantic near here in 2013. The feeling of being soooo alive in the ocean is unique. Linda Burke

Inchydoney Island, Clonakilty, Co. Cork Ireland. Took my first swim in the Atlantic near here in 2013. The feeling of being soooo alive in the ocean is unique. Linda Burke

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So you’ve only got one week in Ireleand to cover the rolling green hills and narrow-laned streets of the emerald isle? No problem. With a little energy and a LOT of driving, you’ll easily knock out the southern half of Ireland. Break it down by days and keep it moving in one direction. We recommend flying into Shannon and trekking it to Dublin, which takes you through dozens of small towns, letting you explore castles, farms and restaurants slightly off the beaten tourist path...

So you’ve only got one week in Ireleand to cover the rolling green hills and narrow-laned streets of the emerald isle? No problem. With a little energy and a LOT of driving, you’ll easily knock out the southern half of Ireland. Break it down by days and keep it moving in one direction. We recommend flying into Shannon and trekking it to Dublin, which takes you through dozens of small towns, letting you explore castles, farms and restaurants slightly off the beaten tourist path...

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