Jori in his element, enjoying a moment on the streets of Dingle, outside the #DinglePub . 🇮🇪😁🍻
What a special treat it was spending the afternoon here watching some amazing musicians playing traditional music. 🙌🎻👌Dream come true! ❤️
@BeyondYourDoorstep for more travel adventures!
Here are 3 (of so so many) most "Instagrammable" spots in Ireland 🇮🇪
1️⃣ Giant's Causeway in Co. Antrim because there are so many spots here for Instagram, not only the iconic rock formations which my brother is standing on here 📸
2️⃣ Lough Akeen, Sheep's Head in Co. Cork because it's off the beaten track and you can pose to your heart's content and not be judged 😂
3️⃣ A view over the country side in Co. Kilkenny which is actually my favourite! It really shows that a simple view over a farmer's gate in Ireland gives you the most spectacular scenes 💚
Big thanks to @lifeofaladybear and @samsungireland for making me look through all my old Ireland photos🍀 Would love to explore even more with a #SamsungGalaxyS9 😏
Couldn’t recommend a visit more highly. “Dun Briste, (in English 'The Broken Fort'), is a sea stack close to the edge of the cliffs, which is 63 metres by 23 metres, 45 metres high and 228 metres from shore. In 1393 it was separated from the coast as a result of high seas and violent stormy weather. Old annuals said people who lived there were taken off using ships ropes.
According to an old local legend, a Druid Chieftain, named Crom Dubh, lived there. He refused to convert to Christianity, Saint Patrick struck the ground with his crozier and the stack was separated from the mainland, leaving Crom Dubh to die on the top.” #discoverireland#wildatlanticway#mayo#westisbest#dunbriste#downpatrickhead#mayo#ireland