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Boomer traveler, housesitting around the world
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Irish foods are on the radar of every food writer and travel blogger that lands here. The foods of Ireland in both the south and the north is local, unique and delicious, Ireland is truly a foodie haven, from the superb raw milk cheeses to beef and lamb that simply can’t be beaten for flavour. Oh, and don’t get me started on the breads, wheaten, pan bread, scones, soda, barmbrack – well that’s a story for another day so stay tuned.
Irish foods are on the radar of every food writer and travel blogger that lands here. The foods of Ireland in both the south and the north is local, unique and delicious, Ireland is truly a foodie haven, from the superb raw milk cheeses to beef and lamb that simply can’t be beaten for flavour.

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Ireland a guide to its quirkiest and prettiest small towns & villages

When you talk about travel in Ireland most people think of places like the Cliffs of Moher, Galway City and its music heritage, the Ring of Kerry, Dublin and all the usual tourist suspects.

However, there is a hell of a lot more to Ireland than these, and really, what makes Ireland so special is the warmth of its welcome in small towns and villages.

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Ireland a guide to its quirkiest and prettiest small towns & villages

When you talk about travel in Ireland most people think of places like the Cliffs of Moher, Galway City and its music heritage, the Ring of Kerry, Dublin and all the usual tourist suspects.

However, there is a hell of a lot more to Ireland than these, and really, what makes Ireland so special is the warmth of its welcome in small towns and villages.

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Ireland a guide to its quirkiest and prettiest small towns & villages

When you talk about travel in Ireland most people think of places like the Cliffs of Moher, Galway City and its music heritage, the Ring of Kerry, Dublin and all the usual tourist suspects.

However, there is a hell of a lot more to Ireland than these, and really, what makes Ireland so special is the warmth of its welcome in small towns and villages.
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