Amazing Summer 2016 Experience, Mild and Dull Nearly Everywhere

Let’s get to know it. Figures released on Friday show although temperatures were slightly up, Irleand saw more rainfall and less sunshine in June, July and August compared to the long-term average. Generally, temperatures across the country were slightly higher than average. Dublin’s Phoenix Park saw the largest increase, with its mean temperature of 15.7 […]

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Capmping Area : Living rent-free on Ireland’s Waterways

Camping is an activity that everyone can take part in. That was Sam Field Corbett’s theory when he wrote to the then minister for the environment Alan Kelly last year, suggesting that a 960-bed cruise ship berthed in Dublin Port could be a better way to approach the accommodation crisis than modular housing. He had […]

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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm near Lahinch for Camping

This article will introduce the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm near Lahinch. Smith is Ireland’s premier big-wave surfer who introduced the world to the Aileen’s wave off the Cliffs of Moher. He is transitioning from the lucrative realm of professional surfing to growing organic vegetables on a CSA farm. But what exactly is a CSA? At […]

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Irish Travellers Accuse of Causing Chaos and Leaving Rubbish On German SummerPilgrimage

On a summer pilgrimage through Germany, A large group of Irish Travellers accused of causing chaos and leaving rubbish. About 600 people in 120 caravans descended on the town of Ginsheim-Gustavsburg, southwest of Frankfurt, a week ago, and camped illegally on a site beside the Rhine. The Irish arrivals said they were there to celebrate the […]

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Chinese Tourist Report A Stolen Wallet During Visit Germany

A Chines tourist’ wallet has been stolen while he visit Germany, and then he reported that. The 31-year-old, known as Mr L, spoke only Mandarin. German authorities only discovered their mistake after turning in desperation to a local Chinese restaurant to interpret for them, a Red Cross official said on Monday. “He didn’t speak any German […]

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Scouts assist asylum-seekers adapt to life in Ireland

About 20 children seeking asylum in Ireland, who recently arrived in the country without their parents, were there to take part in an special Scouting Ireland access programme. They have heard the stories of conflict and seen the images of unrest on TV. But on a campsite in the Dublin mountains yesterday, a group of […]

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