25. Go to a concert (preferably by an Irish band or singer) in the INEC
The INEC Killarney is the largest music and multi purpose venue in Ireland outside Dublin, and Ireland’s only residential event centre.
They have played host to many national and international music acts including : Hozier, The Script, Kodaline, Tom Jones, Cliff Richard, Rascal Flatts, Daniel O’Donnell, Kenny Rogers, Vince Gill, Van Morrison, Jimmy Carr, Lord of the Dance, Riverdance.
The INEC hold Concerts, Exhibitions, Gigs, Theatre, Sports in a modern, 3,000-capacity theatre with 2 balconies.
▪ Dingle is a small port town on southwest Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula, known for its rugged scenery, trails, and sandy beaches. A statue of long-time harbour resident Fungie the dolphin is by the waterfront. Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium has penguins, otters, and sharks. To the northwest, Gallarus Oratory is an ancient dry-stone church with sloping sides. Clifftop Dún Beag is a prehistoric promontory fort to the southwest.
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Once our radius opened up we went to Killiney Hill to see sunrise and were absolutely blown away by the sheer majesty of this beauty. I got to do the most glorious sun salutation practise, literally saluting the rising sun over the Irish Sea. We are so in love with our little country and never stop being awed by it 🍀
We are doing so good in our battle against Covid right now, every day the situation is improving. If we keep this up it won't be long before we can safely travel and explore and adventure throughout the whole country again. Here's to more magical sunrises and more adventures! 📷 ó m'anam cara @floadventures
Discovering doors of Dublin - I love pretty doors and I love all things colorful so of course this combination was perfect for me.
4 years ago when I landed in this city I realized the Dublin was pretty monotone, grey skies (sunshine is hard to come by) with grey buildings on grey concrete with vibrant pops of color here and there, they were nothing but these beautiful doors and they instantly captured my attention.
The Wonderful Barn is well known for its unusual design, built as it is in an inverted funnel shape rising to over 70 feet high, with a cantilevered set of 94 steps wrapping around the outside.