More Awesome Waves. Lighthouse in an Irish Sea Storm by David Firth Photo-Graphics, via Flickr

If you've never weathered the storm, you'll never appreciate the calm sea. Lighthouse in an Irish Sea Storm -New Brighton's Perch Rock

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland. These cliffs are a true testament to a place out of this world. There is nothing quite like the salty air filling your lungs and standing precariously close to life's edge to make you feel alive in such a mystical place.

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland. These cliffs are a true testament to a place out of this world. There is nothing quite like the salty air filling your lungs and standing precariously close to life& edge to make you feel alive in such a mystical place.

Ravelry: mdcolleenm's Irish Sea Blanket (crochet pattern by Susan Carlson of Felted Button)

Crochet - Afghan - Irish Sea Blanket - Ravelry: mdcolleenm's (crochet pattern by Susan Carlson of Felted Button)

England - One of the world’s great hikes, the Wainwright coast-to-coast trail spans 190 mi from the Irish Sea in Cumbria to North Yorkshire moors. Pioneered by author Alfred Wainwright, the trail is just one of England’s extensive network of walking trails running the length and breadth of the country. Hiking the trail takes 10-14 days, crossing through 3 National parks – the Lake District, the green valleys of the Yorkshire Dales and the pink and purple heather of the North Yorkshire Moors.

10 Countries to Traverse by Foot

hike the 92 mile coast-to-coast England trail with someone I could talk to the whole time.

The Isle of Man is an island located within the Irish Sea. It is geographically situated right in the middle of Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales. Plan your travels to Isle of Man with these useful tips.

Travel to Isle of Man

The Isle of Man is an island located within the Irish Sea. It is geographically situated right in the middle of Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales. Plan your travels to Isle of Man with these useful tips.

Frontiers of The Roman Empire, Hadrian's Wall, England

also called the Roman Wall, Picts' Wall, or Vallum Hadriani in Latin, was a defensive fortification in the Roman province of Britannia, begun in 122 AD during the reign of the emperor Hadrian. It ran from the banks of the River Tyne nea

Why should you visit Northern Ireland? Northern Ireland is quickly becoming a tourist destination. It is an easy jump across the Irish sea from the rest of the United Kingdom making it perfect for weekends away. And equally hassle free to tag onto a trip to Europe, if you are travelling from further afield. Check out some of my top spots - and keep an eye out for more to follow! #VisitNI #DiscoverNI

Why should you visit Northern Ireland? Northern Ireland is quickly becoming a tourist destination. It is an easy jump across the Irish sea from the rest of the United Kingdom making it perfect for weekends away.

Felted Button Colorful Crochet Patterns

Irish Sea Blanket Crochet Pattern

Tower of Refuge, Connister Rock , Douglas Bay, Isle of Man, UK The Refuge is a castle like structure built in 1832 as a safe place for stranded sailors in the dangerous waters of the Irish Sea

Tower of Refuge, St Mary's Isle (Conister Rock) , Douglas Bay, Isle of Man. The Refuge is a castle like structure built in 1832 as a safe place for stranded sailors in the dangerous waters of the Irish Sea

Ireland to Scotland: Crossing the Irish Sea on a Stena Line Ferry

Travel between Ireland and Scotland is easy, fast & affordable with Stena Line Ferries. Discover how easy it is to add Ireland or Scotland to your British Isles travel plans.

Crossing the Irish Sea from Dublin, Republic of Ireland to Holyhead, Wales, UK. I was outside the ferry because, even though it was a chilly December 1, inside the nice boat made me seasick. (been there! loved it! my photo)

Crossing the Irish Sea from Dublin, Republic of Ireland to Holyhead, Wales, UK. I was outside the ferry because, even though it was a chilly December inside the nice boat made me seasick.

Taken on the Coast to Coast walk across the UK - an unofficial route stretching 190 miles from the Irish Sea to the North Sea.

Coast to Coast UK-unofficial route stretches 190 miles Irish Sea-North Sea

Dublin Bay Dublin Dublin Port Irish Sea by irishprintmakers

Linocut print, Dublin Bay, Dublin, Dublin Port, Ireland, Irish Sea, original hand pulled print, block print, Ireland, Irish, sea

Linocut print Dublin Bay Dublin Dublin Port by irishprintmakers

One romantic travel option is to cross the Irish Sea by ferry.Ireland Scotland vacation

How to Travel Between Ireland & Scotland

Ballymaloe House, Ireland (and nine more reasons to cross the Irish Sea.)

Ten good reasons to cross the Irish Sea

Ballymaloe House, Ireland (and nine more reasons to cross the Irish Sea.) Kundalini yoga classes there every month Next class Sunday 2 March

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