"I'm moving to Ireland in September. I, my wife, and nine-year-old son will be staying in Castlebar for the duation of our 90-day tourist visa. No need to find employment as we both do freelance work online, so our jobs travel with…"
Have you lived or are living in Ireland or maybe thinking about it. This is the place to exchange thoughts, information, experiences or humour. Go On, Go On, Go On, Go on, You Will, You Will, You Will!
I'm an Irish American, and fiercely proud of my Celtic heritage. My Caseys came over to the U.S. during the Famine (as so many other Irish families did), so I'm a few generations removed from my original Irish forebears.
I was fortunate, however, to be raised with a love of my Irish roots, having been taught the folk tales and tunes of Ireland as far back as I can remember. I have a deep love of Ireland's history, it's people, and music.
I just returned from a nine-day visit to Ireland. Such a beautiful country! The scenery is nothing short of breathtaking.The people are warm, delightfully talkative, and treat you like family. What can I say but, "Éireann go Brách!"
First and foremost: Irish Traditional. If I need to list other types and list names, I'd say Gaelic Storm, Loreena McKennitt, Jack Johnson, Nora Jones, to name a few.