My first picture with our baby girl ^^^
Ireland is seriously a dream! If you can put this on your bucket list DO IT. It is so magical everywhere you turn. Not to mention we stayed in the cutest little cottage there that made me want to pack up my little family and live on a farm! Here are my top 5 tips when visiting Ireland.
1.You MUST try Irish Stew, Irish bacon and cabbage (its not what you think when you think of American bacon) and soda bread. Go hop in any pub, there is seriously so many and eat your life away!
2. Visit the Cliffs of Moher. This I cant say enough good things about, if it isn’t on your bucket list… make it be on it. We landed in Shannon and headed straight there, It was only about an hour away. *Tip* when you get to the cliffs before you park on the left there is a side walk, make everyone jump out and then go park. You have to pay per person when parking, this saves you a lot of money!
3. Head to the south of Ireland and do the Dingle Peninsula, it doesn’t take that long to drive it BUT you will want a full day. I am not joking when I say every two minutes you turn another corner and it’s a view that will take your breath away. (if you are short on time I would say the cliffs and Dingle Peninsula is the top two you need to do)
4. Stay and have some lunch and ice cream in the city of Dingle. It is the cutest little Irish town with a pier.
5. Last, but not least we recommend staying in Castlemaine if you are making your way from up North to down South. It is seriously a little town out of a story book. Tons of sheep, cows and Irish homes. It is a great place to stay if you are seeing Dingle, it is not far from there. We stayed in the most quaint little cottage there. We had scones for breakfast and homemade jam. Waking up was a foggy morning that was overlooking the fields and It was breath taking. Here is the link to where we stayed https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/13547294 and here is a $40 coupon off!www.airbnb.com/c/kharris7