#152 Medications and Your Trip to Ireland – Audio
Jun04

#152 Medications and Your Trip to Ireland – Audio

Whether it’s prescriptions or over-the-counter, you’ll need to know how to pack them, what you can bring, where you can get more, and what to do if you need an emergency...

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#151 Powering Your Electronics in Ireland – Audio
Jun04

#151 Powering Your Electronics in Ireland – Audio

Whether it’s your phone, tablet, laptop, curling iron, or sleep apnea machine, here’s a look at how you can power up all your devices while visiting the Emerald Isle. SHOW NOTES 00:24 Ireland’s wall outlets/sockets are the same as the United Kingdom and therefore do not fit plugs from North America, Australia, or many other countries without an adapter. 00:40 Ireland’s outlets carry 220V compared to 110V in North America. 01:05 Make...

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#150 Airports in Ireland with the Irish Fireside and the Traveling in Ireland Podcast
Feb21

#150 Airports in Ireland with the Irish Fireside and the Traveling in Ireland Podcast

I recently had a chat with Jody Halsted from the Traveling in Ireland Podcast about the ins and outs of Irish Airports. You’re invited to have a listen...

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#149 Budgeting for Meals and Miscellaneous Expenses in Ireland with Stephanie Chastain – Audio
Dec18

#149 Budgeting for Meals and Miscellaneous Expenses in Ireland with Stephanie Chastain – Audio

Our efforts to answer Brian’s question about budgeting for a trip to Ireland continue with Stephanie Chastain from Infinite Ireland as we focus on food and other expenses.   Show Notes 00:00 Liam and the public toilet in Nenagh, County Tipperary 01:25 Intro – Mary Mulvihill – www.ingeniousireland.ie Episode #144 How Much Should I Budget for Transportation on My Trip to Ireland? Episode #145 How Much Does...

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Choosing the Right Irish Airport
Nov22

Choosing the Right Irish Airport

Most people outside of Ireland are familiar with only one of Ireland’s airports — the country’s largest in Dublin. However, there are other options that may suit a traveler’s needs. Let me take a moment to introduce you to them and offer a few “insider tips.” DUBLIN Ireland’s capital city hosts the country’s largest airport. Dublin Airport offers the most flights to and from the greatest...

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I Flew RyanAir, and I Almost Liked It
Oct25

I Flew RyanAir, and I Almost Liked It

What it’s really like to fly on a €10 flight from Ireland. After typing in dates for a flight from Shannon – Ireland’s west coast airport – to London, my computer search churned out an insanely broad range of flight options. Several came in at around €130 ($140), loads more were over €200 ($217), and more than half the results came in at over €2,000 ($2,178). The offer that garnered my attention came from RyanAir. They...

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