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We love Ireland! We know a wee bit about Irish culture too.

Discover amazing facts and fun stories from the folklore, music and history of Ireland.

how to make an irish seafood chowder in 8 easy steps

How to Make Seafood Chowder in 8 Easy Steps

20th November 2017
8 steps to heaven. Learn how to make an easy and delicious, creamy Irish seafood chowder.
A panoramic view of the Antrim Coastline

The Antrim Coast, Northern Ireland's Stunning Coastal Drive

6th November 2017
A favourite area of tour guide Mark Doherty. He takes us on a tour of this gem on Ireland's north-east coast.
Gougane Barra church on a sunny day with the mountains in the background

Top 8 Romantic Locations in Ireland to Propose

13th February 2017
Ireland is awash with romantic locations. Whether you are proposing, celebrating an anniversary, rekindling your love or indeed getting married, youre bound to find a place in Ireland that will take your breath away.
An apple tree with the sun shining through the leaves at sunset

Seasonal Irish Apple Crumble Recipe - Simple & Delicious

24th October 2016
With a chill in the air and the trees awash with autumn colours. It's the perfect time to tuck into something warm and tasty. Super easy to make and guaranteed to go down a treat. The traditional Irish apple crumble is the ideal Winter warmer dish.
An aerial view of Rossbeigh beach along the Wild Atlantic Way

Oyster Festivals, Seaweed Baths & More Along the Wild Atlantic Way

23rd September 2016
Bike, kayak or eat your way across the Wild Atlantic Way which runs from Malin Head in Co. Donegal to The Old Head of Kinsale in Co.Cork. In Vagabond we partake in a number of activities along the breathtaking Wild Atlantic Way. Below are a few of our favourite activities including the Galway Oyster Festival, kayaking while for foraging for seaweed and indulging in luxurious seaweed baths .
The 1916 Proclamation

Easter Rising 1916 - The Centenary - Things to Do

15th March 2016
About the Easter Rising 1916 2016 marks the centenary of the Easter 1916 Rising. An armed insurrection in Ireland during Easter week 1916. It was mounted by Irish republicans to end British rule. Starting with the reading of the Irish Proclamation of Independence by Patrick Pearse outside the General Post Office (GPO). The Rising lasted 6 days, and would result in much destruction, finally concluding with the surrender of the rebels and their subsequent executions.
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