94 The Engaging Ireland Interview – AUDIO

Liam, Corey, Kathy and Travis

Episode Guide – Podcast #94 Engaging Ireland

In this audio podcast episode, we chat with Travis and Kathy Nelson, the hosts of the Engaging Ireland Podcast.

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Show Notes

Intro Song: The Devil’s Bit by Theresa Larkin & Noel McQuaid

Irish Travel Bargains: Air fare deals are at about $400 roundtrip (+taxes & fees) for travel from Chicago or New York to Ireland

Accommodation prices have dropped as well. Read Pat Preston’s post featuring new bargains at her www.IrelandExpert.com blog

Michele Erdvig from www.IrelandYes.com reports that she’s spotted B&Bs for as low as €20 per person per night.

Current blog highlights include the Irish Farmers Calendar, Titanic Memorial Cruise and Three CDs You Should Experience.

Irish Fireside Twitter and Facebook profiles.

Travis and Kathy Nelson from www.EngagingIreland.com – How have you approached trip planning? What are some resources?

Websites of interest – www.megalithomania.com and the www.themodernantiquarian.com.

What were some places you discovered that weren’t in your pre-research? Duloe Pass in Connemara and Glen Aherlow in Tipperary and others.

Hotels vs B&B vs Self-Catering Accommodations.

Tell us about your first trip.

What keeps you returning to Ireland?

John and Linda from Fairymount Farm.

Do you plan to move to Ireland?

What are some of the traps the people planning trips fall into when planning their trip to Ireland?

What are your money-saving tips?

Heritage Pass & Heritage Week

What should someone expect when they listen to your podcast?

Do you have a treasured item that you’ve brought back from Ireland?


When’s you next trip and what’s on your must-see list? Northern Ireland and Walks like the one on the Gap on Dunloe.

Closing tune – Ashokan Farewell by Theresa Larkin & Noel McQuaid

Listen to Travis and Kathy at www.EngagingIreland.com or find them on iTunes.

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  1. Enjoyable tea time—thankx

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