Congrats Cait soon to get then exactly what place have u picked?
Littleredhead a good option for a hen do regarding the west coast is galway I think – in fact il prob have mine there but if u are goin in a large group be cautious to get into pubs in smaller teams just as if they kno u certainly are a hen u will get turned away.
Just as much i wouldnt recommend a hen there as i love sligo! Plus galway comes with an airport where u can travel in from a good few areas
We have been staying in manchester and hopin to maneuver back quickly but have always been finding it tough to make any plans bein thus far away – the net is my saviour and email my best friend (therefore sad) lol!
Im up in Northern Ireland. I have hitched in Belfast in 25 times.
Ooh, many thanks for the advice – but can we ask; why can you perhaps perhaps not recommend Sligo? Could it be as it’s tiny and peaceful? If therefore, that is exactly what i am to locate!
I must say I want somewhere we are able to lease a cottage close to the coastline, buy long coastline walks and locate a pleasant cosy but lively pub, in the place of pubs or groups, when it comes to nights!
I understand it seems actually stupid and like I be seduced by every thing I see on TV, but i would like the type of Ireland you notice in movies like PS I like you – with a lot of rurally goodness and old-fashioned music. H2B’s moms and dads are Irish (though he is never resided there) so we’re having several nods compared to that in the marriage (Irish ceilidh rather than a disco. Can’t wait! ) as both of us are really taken with Irish music, culture and dancing. I would ike to proceed with the theme to my hen evening too!
I’M Irish and residing in Cheshire. Not going to get married in Ireland but I would imagine we will have a ongoing party for relatives and buddies who cant make. Continue reading “Any Irish Brides available to you? Is other people getting married in Ireland?”