Dating in 2014 has changed its face.  From online dating to joining singles' clubs, some of it works some of the time; but I bet I am correct in saying that much time is put into online dating with very little result.

Dating agencies can cost upwards of $1,000.  Online sites cost around $40 per month.  There is another way.

Come to Lisdoonvarna and attend the oldest of all matchmaking events -- 150 years old and still going strong.   Have a blast, enjoy the beauty of County Clare, dance you evenings away, meet a matchmaker that does not go near a computer.  He works his magic the old way.  You can enjoy a week in Ireland, two meals per day, 4-star hotels, all transport, all your entertainment, and loads of great places.  You will feast at Bunratty Castle, experience the charm of the Aran Islands, Galway City, and much more -- all for the price you would pay to a dating agency.  

For the dating agencies' one-time fee, they promise 'X' amount of dates which may not work.  Online, you'll spend endless time and money with little success.  Why not come with Cupid's Crusade to the town of love?  Turn your brain off and let us think for you so you can think about falling in LOVE in Lisdoonvarna where love is always in the air.   40,000 people pass through in a week, all looking for Love.

Come along for the adventure of a lifetime.  You will not regret it.

Great discount for all members of The Wild Geese.

 

 

Top image is from the film "PS, I Love You."  If you're a fan of this film, head over to the discussion about it in The Wild Geese Cinema group.

 

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Tags: Clare, Galway, Lisdoonvarna, Love, Travel

Comment by Gerry Regan on May 30, 2014 at 4:39pm

I've always felt that connecting with people is much easier when they're sharing a passion -- it creates an immediate bond, often. Annette, thanks for creating this opportunity! 

Comment by Catherine White on May 30, 2014 at 7:52pm

I love the article and the picture is great. I am a big Gerard Butler fan and its from the film, P.S. I Love You. I love that film and thoroughly enjoyed the article. I think it would be great fun to attend the festival in Lisdoonvarna. I am single and wonder what would happen if I did go.

Comment by Ryan O'Rourke on May 31, 2014 at 1:57am

I'm a happily married fellow; but for those of you who are single, this sounds like a tremendous opportunity to potentially find a match ... and if nothing else, have a beautiful adventure.

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