#143 Where Can I Go to Hear Irish Spoken? – AUDIO

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Eoin

Eoin Ó Conchúir from Bitesize Irish Gaelic steps in to tell us a few spots that are perfect for catching locals using the Irish language… during your trip and before you leave.

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  • Liam and “Go Mall” in the Gaeltacht region.

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Mary Mulvihill – www.ingeniousireland.ie

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  • Anne’s question: “Where can I go to hear people speak Irish?”

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  • Chat with Eoin

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  • Gaeltacht – designated Irish speaking regions mainly along Ireland’s western coast in Counties Cork, Kerry, Galway, Mayo, and Donegal.

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  • These places are best experienced using a car or public transportation.

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  • Thanks to Guinness Tart for reading Anne’s question

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  1. It was an excellent chat, and I’ll be happy to help answer any questions people might have.

    Like we chat about in the episode, a great thing about searching the Irish language is it’s in some of the most beautiful parts of Ireland.

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    • I just listened to your podcast, #14? About where to go to hear the Irish language spoken. We will be in Ireland on Tuesday and look forward to visiting Dingle and Cantamara. Thank you. We will sit at the bar.
      Pamela

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      • That’s a wise step, Pamela. And it should be a bit of fun 🙂 If you have the time, do make it a point to visit a Gaeltacht area.

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  2. The west coast of Ireland is the best place to hear Irish spoken. The areas up the coast road from Galway- Barna, Furbo, Spiddal, Inverin, Carraroe. Just go into any pub where the locals play music, and there you will hear it!

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    • Agreed, Claire! Just don’t be put off it you’re served first in English.

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