The most famous attraction in Dingle Town is Fungie the dolphin, which is a surprisingly odd name for a dolphin don't you think? Sounds like a mushroom. But this fully grown male bottlenose dolphin, which is rather large at 4 metres long, has been...

I love Ireland. In most places, if it was grey and rainy, I would be less than impressed. But somehow Ireland gets away with dodgy weather. It's almost a requirement that it's cloudy in Ireland, and the landscape still looks beautiful and poetic. For the Slea Head drive,...

The Cliffs of Moher are one of the most famous tourist sights in Ireland, so naturally Paddywagon took us to see them. Before we disembarked the bright green tour bus, our guide, Mark, warned us: Don't go too close to the edge! The Cliffs are 214 metres...

After a day exploring The Giant's Causeway and crossing the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge in Antrim on our Paddywagon adventure, we settled in our hostel in Derry for the night. Part of the Paddy's Palace family, the Derry hostel has a really homely feel with...

On day two of my Paddywagon Tour of Ireland we visited The Giant's Causeway. The Giant's Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located on the North Coast of Ireland near Bushmills. It's pretty incredible- a collection of around 40,000 Basalt rocks, mostly in hexagonal...

On my Paddywagon tour of all Ireland we visited Belfast and one of the optional activities there was a Black Taxi Tour to see the political murals and the peace walls that separate the Catholic and Protestant neighbourhoods to minimise violence. Before I went to there everyone...

I've just spent a few days recovering from the best, most fun tour I have ever done!  I did a 6-day Paddywagon Tour of All-Ireland, and it ROCKED! It is truly an experience I will never ever forget. From Dublin we travelled all over Ireland then...

I had the pleasure of spending four days in Dublin staying at Paddy's Palace, and then crossed another experience off my buckets list by spending St.Patrick's Day here. I absolutely loved it. For me, Dublin is all about the atmosphere- walking down Grafton Street...

I've fallen in love with Ireland. Why? I think the picture above speaks for itself! The scenery, the people, the guinness, the pubs, the music...