Blogs about Ireland
From Top 10 Reasons To Visit Cork, Ireland. Photo credit: Castlemartyr Resort. Ireland traveler and lover? We love all things Irish from.
Irish Curried Potatoes. As I sit here typing this blog post, I’m looking outside at the wind and rain and bracing myself for the sleet that is …
I just moved to Ireland. Here I will share all Ireland Tips & Tricks and other helpfull things.
Blog Awards Ireland will bring together the Irish online community collaborating in a single event on 13th October 2012 to celebrate blogging in Ireland.
Mar 14, 2013 No Comments by Guest Bloggers. Dublin holds the honour these days, but did you know Kilkenny was once the capital of Ireland? Ok, that was …
While traveling through Ireland with Irish poet, James Kelly, we stopped in his home town of Ballybunion in County Kerry and visited his father. Later that day, inside DJ’s pub, papa Kelly sang a traditional Irish ballad in honor of his wayward son… I cut the song with some footage I shot of Ireland while traveling with James.
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Blog Awards Ireland will bring together the Irish online community collaborating in a single event on 13th October 2012 to celebrate blogging in Ireland. The Awards will offer businesses an opportunity to increase their visibility and prominence in social media circles. With more people being guided in their buying decisions by bloggers rather than friends opinions, blogging is a considerably influential tool in word of mouth marketing.
The Blog Awards Ireland 2012 takes place at the Osprey Hotel Naas on 13th October 2012. Bringing together bloggers from all over Ireland to recognise the wonderful and diverse blogging community.
Tickets include entry to the event and a three course meal. There is no dress code, come as you are or dress to impress we’re happy to welcome all.
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This video really took me back – it really portraits Galway and the Irish how they are these days. Have to admit, it kind of made me miss Ireland.