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  • 🎼 #trump to the left of me #brexit to the right, Eire I am stuck in the middle with EU. 🎼
  • 🎼 #trump to the left of me #brexit to the right, Eire I am stuck in the middle with EU. 🎼
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  • Absolutely stunning!
  • Absolutely stunning!
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  • Spent the afternoon wandering around Dublin bring a tourist before getting the train home
  • Spent the afternoon wandering around Dublin bring a tourist before getting the train home
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  • ▪ Clifden Castle in #Connemara - Curious about the World? Click the link in BIO and subscribe to our Youtube Channel
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  • Ещё одна частичка Ирландии ☘️
  • Ещё одна частичка Ирландии ☘️
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  • Такой симпатичный домик в городе Конг ❤️
  • Такой симпатичный домик в городе Конг ❤️
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  • Snow on The Reeks

This is the view from my bedroom, every morning, for eight years next month. The bells toll from St. Mary’s Cathedral, and I’m h...
  • Snow on The Reeks This is the view from my bedroom, every morning, for eight years next month. The bells toll from St. Mary’s Cathedral, and I’m here for all of Killarney’s happiest days; the weddings. The bells toll and I’m here for all of Killarney’s saddest days; the funerals. I’ve captured sunsets, rainbows, snow storms, monsoon-like rain and a lot of inbetween stuff; and yet there they stand, the MacGillycuddy Reeks, towering over it all. The Cathedral is a stunning piece of architecture, both inside and outside. Her story of giving refuge to Irish people during the famine and that she was built, not with machinery, but by Irish hands, truly makes it a place of reverence. I always think of that, and yet, we go there to be in what we reckon is the presence of God. I have my doubts. Look at The Reeks. He likes big. I don’t believe the presence of God can be housed. A new window blind was recently installed in my bedroom. Upon finishing it the workman stood back and said; ‘That’s some view.’ Knowing what I work at he commented, ‘Funny, you of all people would have that view. It’s like it was meant to be.’ What he doesn’t know is that I see St. Mary’s, but I’m always looking at The Reeks. #livebig #2019 #lovekillarney #kerry #ireland #highplaces #snow #instaireland
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  • “My mother got a brain haemorrhage and died suddenly when I was eleven. I started going a bit mad… I didn’t know how to handle losing her. I got in...
  • “My mother got a brain haemorrhage and died suddenly when I was eleven. I started going a bit mad… I didn’t know how to handle losing her. I got involved with the wrong crowd and I started having issues in school too. I was convinced that I was dyslexic. I was always kept back in class to finish up the rest of my work because I could never read or spell properly… Eventually, I was sent to a school for destructive kids and they tried to teach me there too but I could never finish a book. I was sixteen when I got sentenced to four-and-a-half-years in prison. I used to go to the school in prison and there was a teacher there… The art teacher! I had a crush on her. One day, I had a book in my hand, it was called Jackie loves Johnser Ok?. I don’t know why I had it in my hand but she saw it and asked me about it and I told her that I'd only just picked it up. She asked me to let her know how it was when I finished. I just really wanted to have a conversation with her, so I took the book to my cell and I must have tried to read it about 50-60 times before I got the gist of it. After that, she started bringing me all sorts of books. There was nothing better to do in the prison, so I spent my days reading and by the time I turned eighteen, I was reading big books like Shantaram and Papillon and writing and spelling just came with it. I've loved reading ever since. I’m on a Pathways Programme at the moment… I’m hoping to start college next year. I would like to do a youth work course to work with kids that had to go through what I’ve been through. I would like to be someone they can talk to, someone who knows how it feels… I could use my experience and turn it into something meaningful.” Would be awesome if you can comment down below what you want to say to this strong man.. #Repost @humansofdub
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  • "There was an outbreak of Polio when I was five-years-old. There wasn’t any vaccination at the time, especially not in East Clare where I was from....
  • "There was an outbreak of Polio when I was five-years-old. There wasn’t any vaccination at the time, especially not in East Clare where I was from. That part of Ireland was a very remote place back then. There weren’t any hospitals either and people were afraid because they thought Polio was like Ebola. My parents were basically forced to send me away. I had to come up to Dublin and spend two years in a hospital. I know now that it was completely needless because the infection lasted only about two to three weeks but it stopped the proper growth of the muscles in my right leg forever. Those two years up in Dublin completely changed me, getting separated from my parents and being institutionalised at such a young age caused me a lot of troubles mentally and physically. But my dad was a wonderful man… he never gave up on me. He bought a car and he drove up to Dublin whenever he could. That time, it took an awful long time to get up here. After the two years, he didn’t want to see me stuck in a wheelchair so he decided to get me a bicycle… Can you imagine? It was very hard, I kept falling and it took me months to learn how to pedal with one foot, but I eventually did. Ever since, I go everywhere on my bicycle." TAG a fighter like this man ❤️ #Repost @humansofdub
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  • Will you send the February Grá (💚) MyIrelandBox to your sweetheart....or will you keep it for yourself? You have only until 28th January to order ...
  • Will you send the February Grá (💚) MyIrelandBox to your sweetheart....or will you keep it for yourself? You have only until 28th January to order it and it may sell out before then! We're sending Irish made Celtic Jewellery that we adore! Katharine & The MyIrelandBox Team www.MyIrelandBox.com ☘️
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  • Get yourselves to Vaults Live in Dublin to have a bit of craic this weekend. Book your tickets online right now, click on the link in our bio
  • Get yourselves to Vaults Live in Dublin to have a bit of craic this weekend. Book your tickets online right now, click on the link in our bio
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