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Fairy Pools

Scotland's Fairy Pools, Isles of Skye After seeing all these amazing pictures, we definitely have to go to Skye when we go back to Scotland

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14 places to see in Scotland before you die

So you've decided you want to go to Scotland? Here are 14 places in Scotland you have to visit before you die, and yes the Loch Ness is definitely one of them. Find out the other 13 places.

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Travel Pinspiration - 12 Pictures of Ireland

Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland - visit our blog for more Ireland travel inspiration!

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Elopement at The Isle of Skye: Skye + James

Scotland Isle of Skype elopement

from Frugal Mom Eh!

7 Must-See Family Attractions in Ireland

Ireland is, perhaps, the greatest country in the world for a family vacation. Its attractions, both ancient and modern, will unleash the imagination and joy for all family members. (Prices given, where applicable are in Euros. €1= US$1.4 at the time of writing.)   Being Irish means having the gift of the gab, or talking …

I have very fond memories of Portree, Scotland, way up in the Isle of Skye. Photo taken by Kieran Campbell.

from Divergent Travelers

9 Castles You Cannot Miss in Ireland

9 Castles You Cannot Miss in Ireland! It goes without saying that no matter how you shake it, your trip to Ireland will involve some castle stops. Lucky for you, Ireland is chalk full of them and you will not struggle to come across one around every corner. Click to read more at

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5 Towns & Villages You Have To Visit In Ireland!

5 Towns & Villages You Have To Visit In Ireland! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog


weather – our seasons, climate, and when to visit

“Grand weather we’re having!” “It’s a fine day.” “There’s a nip in the air alright…” These all pass for greetings in Ireland, where talking about the weather is one of our favorite pastimes! There’s a lot to be said for it: temperate year-round, our summers are warm and our winters mild. But Mother Nature keeps us guessing, and it’s not unusual to welcome an unexpected cold snap in the spring, or strip off your sweater on a sunny winter’s day! Our advice? Pack a lot of layers – and an…