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The Leprechaun Made Me Do It!

The Leprechaun Made Me Do It!

While I traveled across the great lands of Ireland, making merry on its yummy beer and befriending boisterous, warm-hearted folk, there’s one little problem that nagged me consistently. You see I’m quite normal in some ways, and in-line with everybody that visits the Emerald Isle, I was extremely amused by the legend of the leprechaun. Unfortunately, I couldn’t hold my ... Read More »

6 Irish Beers That Will Blow Your Mind

6 Irish Beers That Will Blow Your Mind

Be one who drinks the finest of ales. Every day without fail. Even when you have drank enough, Remember that ale is wonderful stuff. Ireland is a land of several treasures – be it history, culture, natural splendor, literature or music, there’s so much on offer you sometimes don’t know how to take it all in. I made an attempt ... Read More »

Ireland: Co. Cork, An Underated Prologue

Ireland: Co. Cork, An Underated Prologue

As promised in my last post [Read: Ireland – 50 Shades of Green, Blue & Beer], here’s the second post in this micro-series on my time spent in the Emerald Isle; today, we circumnavigate and re-trace my foot-print in the largely under-rated county of Cork! For many, County Cork is the gateway to what is known as the fabled Wild ... Read More »

11 Irish Facts & Myth Busters

11 Irish Facts & Myth Busters

The Irish and their everyday lives can make for a brilliant study of anthropology. Brilliant characters, great conversationalists, limitless appetites for well cooked food and well brewed ales and a general affinity towards the good arts, the highlight of my Irish getaway was its wonderful people. Unfortunately, like every popular thing in the world, there are certain stereotypes that have ... Read More »

Ireland – 50 Shades of Green, Blue & Beer

Ireland – 50 Shades of Green, Blue & Beer

As I sit down to write this amidst the tranquil beauty of Europe’s largest green park right in the heart of Dublin, Ireland’s capital, I find it difficult to fathom that by this time tomorrow my time in this wonderful land will have come to an end. I have this burning feeling that I needed more time, that I should ... Read More »

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