Why you should go abroad this holiday season
I’ve just returned from a week in Ireland and I’m excited to share some of the great things I experienced.
I can’t wait to return next year and make this a year that I’ll be proud to share with my family and friends.
But first, a little history lesson on Ireland.
I’ve spent a few months here, living in a small town in rural County Clare called The Shire of Shire.
It’s a small place, with a small population, but I think I speak for everyone when I say it’s been a real pleasure.
The shire is in the heart of the Irish countryside, surrounded by hills and streams and is home to a number of ancient sites, including the ruins of ancient monasteries.
The town was formed in the late 14th century, when the town of Kells was formed into a new town in the area.
Its inhabitants have been settled for centuries, and are the oldest residents in Ireland.
I’ve been able to visit many of the old places here, and the Shire is a very interesting place to visit and visit with friends.
It was also a great place to get away for the holidays when I first came to Ireland.
My family and I were in The Shires in late January, and my father and I decided to go see some sights and spend some time walking the old town streets.
We decided to visit the old ruins of Kels Castle, a large, well-preserved, well kept medieval castle built in the early 14th Century.
Kels Castle was a great way to explore the town and explore a number a of ancient places, including a medieval church.
It even had its own street in the centre of the town, which was a nice change of pace.
During our visit, I was introduced to the Shires townspeople and it was great to hear them speak their language and share their memories of the place.
My daughter and I spent a lot of time chatting with locals and visiting their pubs and markets.
I also got to visit a number old places, such as the Shaftesbury Castle, where a young lady from the Shaysbury family had a house built in 1580 and lived there.
We also visited a large church that was a favourite haunt of many locals, such the Whelan’s Chapel and the Church of the Blessed Sacrament.
A few days later, we were able to stop by Kells Castle, which is a medieval castle that dates back to the 14th and 15th centuries.
After a quick tour around the town on the day of the visit, we had a lovely time relaxing at the castle and enjoying the town’s beautiful landscape.
The castle is an important part of the Shired’s history, and is very important to the history of the community.
We were able also to visit St. Mary’s Cathedral and see the ruins and the bell tower of St. Patrick’s Church.
The Shirleys also have a large collection of ancient artefacts, including items dating back to at least the 1470s, including statues of the Virgin Mary, St. Nicholas and Saint Nicholas of the Monastery.
It was great for us to be able to see some of these things and enjoy them, and it helped us understand a bit more about how Ireland came to be where it is today.
At the end of the day, I’m sure the Shirley family would be proud of me and my family for visiting The Shirs, and I can guarantee they would be happy to see us again next year.
Happy holidays, and have a wonderful holiday season!