One of my favourite beaches here is Inchydoney outside Clonakilty in Cork. There are two beaches or sometimes three depending on the tide.
The beach is always busy and there’re always people in the water. Plus the hotel has lovely food after a long walk!
Driving around Ireland is probably very daunting for most tourists. For 75% of the world we drive on the “wrong” side and we drive quickly on narrow roads. A good example of this is around the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren.
It’s definitely a hold-on-to-our-stomach kind of drive!
If you’re looking for the stereotypical image of Ireland, it would probably look something like this, which was taken in West Cork.
It has a lot of green, maybe not 40 shades, but quite a few! It has cows. It has a little cottage. It has hills and it has sea. It is the kind of landscape that hasn’t changed much over time, as long as you ignore the electricity poles!
The sun is back today, but it’s a chilly Sunday. Keep warm, wherever you are 🙂