As the crisp air blows down the rocky hills and shadows creep on across Western walls of leaning stones, the great Celtic Pilgrimage finds itself in the home stretch.
The Westies of the Wild Irish West Tours came to Ireland visitors -- some returning, some new -- with a specific focus in mind: to tap into Irish…Continue
I didn't name my website last night so now I'll tell you a little about it.
It is called from-ireland and I created it about 2001. A net friend taught me a little about web page creation and I don't mean the kind of web pages that we find free on the internet now, I mean he taught me code and what the 'source code' of a web page looks like. I had to work from the back forward meaning I created pages in code and then looked at what the end result would look like. After a while, I…Continue
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Ryan O'Rourke recently brought up the subject of coffee. That got me thinking about Tea. There is a lot of it consumed in Ireland In fact, Ireland is ranked #3 behind The United Arab Emirates (#1) & Morroco(#2).
Historically, Tea is a rather young beverage in Ireland…Continue
I was going through our Twitter feed @thewildgeese to see who and what's up in the Irish Twitter world I came across this post fromContinue
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In "Danny Boy: The Legend of the Beloved Irish Melody," Malachy McCourt plays sleuth in tracing the origin of "Danny Boy," the most beloved of all Irish melodies. WGT Consulting Editor Rick Grant says McCourt's book creates a context for the song, albeit leaving its meaning as murky as ever.
Oh, Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling
Italian writer and editor Massimiliano Roveri is driven, and, in a sense, adrift, as a storyteller who has found himself 1,300 miles from Ireland, the country that inspires him most. Roveri, 43, based in the central Italian province of Tuscany, has…Continue
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