Ireland Through Instagram

I recently returned from a trip to a fantastic travel blogging conference in Dublin. Ireland that is, not Georgia, although I am sure Dublin, Georgia is full of fun stuff to see and do as well , like their annual St. Patricks Day Festival (of course!). The conference was full of both informative sessions, which have really made me think about the future of this blog, both content and style wise, as well as some pretty incredibly social events. And while this is high on my list of places to bring our kids someday – I mean it is only a hop, skip and jump away – it was certainly an enjoyable way to spend 5 kid-free days. And did I mention beautiful? Oh so beautiful. Even with it being my 4th time to this lovely Island I never fail to marvel at the natural beauty this country possesses.

So, for Instagram Thursday, I am simply linking up some of my favorite photos from my trip, full of true Irish charm and very few, if any, filters. It is just that kind of place.

Sun on the Irish Sea

Sun on the Irish Sea

 

Even the creeks flow Guinness

Even the creeks flow Guinness

Malahide Castle

Malahide Castle

Trinity College

Trinity College

Glendalough Monastery

Glendalough Monastery

Glendalough Monastery

Glendalough Monastery

Glendalough Monastery

Glendalough Monastery

Glendalough Monastery

Glendalough Monastery

Howth Harbor

Howth Harbor

Have you been somewhere where the natural beauty is so intense that you find it is almost impossible to take a bad picture?

This post is part of the Instagram Travel Thursday linky hosted by Skimbaco LifestyleDestination UnknownChild ModeHines Sight BlogLive.Do.Grow.House of AnaïsLuxury Travel Mom

11 thoughts on “Ireland Through Instagram

  1. Terumi

    Gorgeous pictures! I’ve read so many books based in Ireland but I’ve never been there. It looks magical:) (And a trip without kids is definitely magical sometimes too!)

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    1. andrea922 Post author

      I have driven through Dublin between Atlanta and Savannah (or maybe just by it) but it has never held the same appeal as Dublin, Ireland :)

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  2. Gina

    Wow! Your photos are beautiful. I still miss it {and you!}. Such a wonderful time there. It truly is as magical place and I am so happy I was able to meet you and your lovely travel companion. Great memories. I am hopeful that I can return one day and do the Wild Wicklow tour {didn’t have a chance to do it!}

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