We have all kinds of road users here in Ireland, and many of them on foot, so if you are driving please allow for this. Like all of us Irish though, they are friendly.
The old church at Knock where Our Lady appeared in the eighteen seventies. It is a recognised shrine and similar to Lourdes and Fatima, and many cures have been attributed to this Holy place.
Some of my clients enjoying their visit to the old farmhouses on the Muckross Park estate in Killarney. This is a really lovely and very educational tour where you can learn a lot about Irish life back in the early nineteen hundreds, and earlier indeed.
There is no nicer place than Ireland when the sun shines. There seems to be an expectation that we are in for a great Summer this year but one way or another, Ireland is a beautiful place. We do get our share of wet or damp weather but there are very few days when it rains non stop and intermittent showers are more the order of the day. Just make sure that you bring light rainwear with you, and something to cover your head. A warm sweater is important for windy days, or for the evening time when it cools down a little. It is quiet cold here at the moment but from now on it should be warming up little by little. Today i am dressed in a long sleeved shirt with a light jacket, and i am fine with that. The sun is also shining. The air here is like nowhere else......"fresh as a daisy" as we would say. You will never be suffocated by the heat here or frozen to death by the cold. I have travelled quiet a bit myself and give me Irish weather anytime. You just need to dress appropriately. There is no need to worry about bringing all of your wardrobe with you either. Smart casual is fine no matter where you go.....unless you have an appointment with our President or Bono.
I have been busy of late and have not posted as often as i would like to, but i will be on tour again from Thursday this week and hope to be back on the air more often again. Just do not give up on me.
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