I am one of two Ireland Expert's on this site resident in the country and and a citizen of Ireland. I have travelled all over Ireland and I have been in every county at least once and have seen a lot of what happens in this country. A lifelong resident of Dublin, I know the city very very well and have seen all sorts of interesting nuggets and corners; wee shops in funny places and pubs that have the best beer and food. I also write table and pub quizzes so I know a little bit about everything, so to speak, including some of the quirky stuff! If it's about Dublin, I'll be hard pressed not to know something about it; the pubs, sights, history, stories and more so try your luck on me! NB, if you are asking questions relating to suggested sights things to see in Ireland or suggested travel itinerary's, I'd appreciate it if you have a wee look through my past answers first off; it may give you the information that you require already.
I have been working as a taxi driver for several years so I know every nook and cranny of Dublin. As somebody who studied media, I am also interested in transport and current affairs and am passionate about Ireland, Irish affairs and Irish life. I've traveled the country over the years and have seen many of Ireland wonderful sites and sights, some well known; others less so! I've also done some tour guide work taking people around the country so I'm well travelled and well sussed as to what's where.
I have an Irish Leaving Certificate; I also undertook the first year of a H Dip in Radio with Journalism, so it goes without saying that my communication skills are up there.
While I lack latin certs on my wall, life experience has left me with a lot of common sense experience that no institution can teach you.
I'm a native of the country and am proud and passionate about Ireland. I consider it an honour to help people come to and learn about my Nation. I like exposing people to Ireland, it's people, it's sites, culture, heritage, sights and sounds. In short, I want to help you.
90% of the computers people use to send questions on Allexperts.com have a significant part or programme supplied or made in Ireland. The White House was designed by an Irishman and is based on several famous Irish buildings. You have to come here to find out which ones, though!!!
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On part one.... London has five, yes, five airports offering flights to Ireland. Your three best options for flights are www.aerlingus.com or www.ryanair.com or www.ba.com Airport wise, bear in
I have a cuplá focal; that's Irish for a couple of words. Although Irish is the official first language of Ireland, English is by far the dominant language. Most Irish people have a little Irish
Pam, a few suggestions and observations.... If possible try and keep your driving on day one to a bare minimum, simply because you'll be tired and you'll need to get used to driving on left hand sided
Pam, sorry for the late reply; visitors have my time taken up the last few days :-) Can I ask you a few questions before I answer you... 1) Have you a car for the duration of your stay? 2) Have
Susan, There are no sites that I am aware off doing just this, sorry. If it's information about gigs, nightclubs and events then there are plenty of print and online media that do just that but not