Wild Atlantic Way: Foynes Flying Boat Museum

When us Irish look out our windows and see the incessant rain belting against the glass we curse our position as a windswept little island in North Western Europe which bears the brunt of unforgiving Atlantic weather systems. On the other hand, our geography has meant the country has played an enviable role in world … Continue reading Wild Atlantic Way: Foynes Flying Boat Museum

Wild Atlantic Way: The Great Tour of North Kerry

North to South? South to North? The North Kerry stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way can be travelled in any direction but on a recent trip I started my journey in Tarbert, Kerry’s northernmost town and headed south. Kerry is separated from neighbouring County Clare by the River Shannon and a ferry from Killimer traverses … Continue reading Wild Atlantic Way: The Great Tour of North Kerry

Wild Atlantic Way: Notable Kerry People

The Wild Atlantic Way shouldn’t be viewed as just a scenic route alone but a portal into the history and heritage of the places it travels through. In this post, I examine the notable historical figures with connections to the Wild Atlantic Way in Kerry. I’ve limited it to five for brevity sake and the … Continue reading Wild Atlantic Way: Notable Kerry People