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Old 03-14-2012, 08:34 PM   #1
 
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Default Jump Into Ireland

If you’re taken by the idea of a trip for two to Ireland, we can’t say we blame you. The scenery, the history, and the adventures over there are enough to make us reconsider wanting to share it at all. But that would be plain un-Irish of us.

Watch our video for some inspiration and answer a simple question, before 30th of April 2012, for your chance to jump into Ireland.

discoverireland.com/au/campaigns/jumpin/

Good luck!
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Default Sharing my mind boggling experience to Northern Ireland last spring

I'd like to share my travel experience with the members here. Last spring my friends and I decided to travel to Northern Ireland. Our airport choice was Shannon Airport, a very safe place, with all travel facilities to the average tourist. We landed on Shannon Airport and thus our journey began. Before our flight, we were on the lookout for a top travel service provider in the area, we pretty much wished to visit the Irish Heritage regions with all the castles and historical significance. We found some tours, especially coach tours since we didn't own a car and the costs for rent-a-car were not justified. One guy on a forum suggested to try Global Coach Tours in Ireland. We were a bit reluctant at first, however we found good reviews and decided to try our luck. The experience was great. We even found a dedicated tour to Northern Ireland
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I went to Ireland with my friends who were visiting from Greece and we really had a great time. We all had a go at playing the bodhrán drum and Irish dancing, Great way to see the traditional dance and song up close and personal.
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Ok, Got It, Thanks for replying the valuable information.
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