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CORK CITY: IRELAND'S FOODIE CAPITAL
 
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SUBSCRIBE & BECOME A VAGABUDDY! http://bit.ly/Vagabrothers We head to Cork City to meet with some of the people who've made the city and region one of the most dynamic food scenes in Europe. Check out the people & places we met below: + Alice / Fab Food Trails: www.fabfoodtrails.ie @fab_food_trails + Fenn's Quay Restaurant: http://fennsquay.net/ + F I L T E R Coffee Cork: https://www.facebook.com/F-I-L-T-E-R-537055749645261/ + English Market: http://www.englishmarket.ie/ + Kay O'Connell's Fish Market: http://www.englishmarket.ie/traders/fish/kayoconnell/ + Farmgate Cafe: http://www.farmgate.ie/corkhome.htm + Jameson Midleton Distillery: http://www.jamesonwhiskey.com/en/agegate + Rising Son's Brewery: http://www.risingsonsbrewery.com/ Big thanks to Tourism Ireland and Failte Ireland for making this trip possible! + http://www.ireland.com/en-us/ + https://twitter.com/GoToIrelandUS #LoveIreland VAGABROTHERS: We're Marko and Alex Ayling, brothers, backpackers, and video bloggers on a mission to explore the world through its people. We're on the road all the time, cranking out videos a few times a week. Subscribe and join the adventure! + INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/Vagabrothers + TWITTER: https://twitter.com/vagabrothers + FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Vagabrothers + SNAPCHAT & STORIE: @Vagabrothers + WEB: http://www.vagabrothers.com Want to help fund our travels? If you are going to buy something from Amazon, click on the links below before you make your purchase and we'll get a percentage of your final sale. Cheers! This film was made with: - F-Stop Satori Backpack: http://bit.ly/1o9EiUa - Sony A7s Mirrorless Camera: http://amzn.to/1xSSvJF - Sony 24-70mm F4 Vario Tessar Lens http://amzn.to/1J3GqJj - Sony 24-240mm f/3.5-6.3 Zoom Lens http://amzn.to/1HVMr6S - Sony Cyber Shot RX100iv http://amzn.to/1foXGxX - DJI Inspire 1 Drone (2 Controller) http://amzn.to/1USOWQG - Go Pro Hero 3+: http://amzn.to/1qSmySV - Go Pro Suction Cup Mount: http://amzn.to/1r51tow - Go Pro Accessory Kit: http://amzn.to/1rtIQcZ - Promaster CX525 Tripod: http://amzn.to/1CbyPEG - Promaster Superlite 3-Way Head: http://amzn.to/1ypnbaO - SD 32GB Memory Sticks: http://amzn.to/1mqOxYJ - Sennheiser MKE 400 Shotgun Mike: http://amzn.to/1mqOBHT - Zoom H1 Portable Digital Recorder: http://amzn.to/XVPSuY - Joby GP3 GorillaPod: http://amzn.to/1mKPDPn - Pico Flex Table Dolly: http://amzn.to/1ogQvXg - Pelican 0915 Black SD Memory Card Protective Case: http://amzn.to/1smkuUy
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Cork, Ireland Travel Video Guide
 
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In Cork I try and trace my Irish ancestors (O'Shea), and look at the modern day immigration of Polish workers to Ireland. W Cork I spróbować prześledzić mojej irlandzkiej przodków (O'Shea), i spojrzeć na nowoczesne imigracji dzień polskich pracowników do Irlandii. Travel Videos downloads -http://www.overlander.tv/products-page/ Round the World Travel Video Adventure - http://www.youtube.com/overlander Subscribe for more travel videos - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=overlander Overlander.tv website - http://www.overlander.tv/ Overlander.tv Facebook page - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Overlandertv/101016659313 Overlander.tv twitter account - http://twitter.com/#!/overlandertv Bus tour - http://www.shamrockeradventures.com/ Music - http://.www.myspace.com/capetoclare
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Ireland Travel | West Cork Travel | Crookhaven | Brow Head | Irish Travel | Ireland Travels
 
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http://www.ireland-travels.com https://www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels https://twitter.com/TravelsIreland Ireland travel is about taking a journey into the magical. While taking a tour of Ireland you should always include time to travel West Cork and Mizen Head. You can experience more of the West Cork area and Mizen Head at my Ireland blog using the links above. Whether you are walking the paths of the many parks, climbing the rocky hills, fishing from the rugged coastline, sitting on a sandy beach, taking photographs of the Irish countryside or cycling the winding roads; a tour of this scenic area of southwest County Cork, Ireland is a must. The drive to Brow Head and Crookhaven will begin in the small village of Goleen. Just outside the village you will see the Fastnet Sails shop, which is located in Kilmoe, the former Church of Ireland church in Goleen. The road continues along the coastline past Spanish Cove and Rock Island. Once you get past Rock Island, you will see Crookhaven Harbor and the village of Crookhaven on the left. At the very west end of Crookhaven Harbor is White Strand. The entire harbor has incredible tidal flows throughout the day, which are amazing to see. Huge rocks that are visible in the morning will be completely covered by afternoon. Keep to your left as you go around the end of the harbor. Just up the road, past the strand, you will see a turn on the right that is the entrance to Galley Cove. This road leads up the hill to Brow Head's peak and Marconi Tower. Following the road up the hill, you will find yourself at a small parking area. From here, you can follow the walking path further up the hill to Marconi Tower. It was built in 1804 as one in a series of towers used for signaling if an invasion force was nearing the coast. Similar towers are located near the end of Mizen Head and along the southern coast of Ireland. The tower's most famous "resident" is also its namesake. In 1901, Guglielmo Marconi and his company came to Crookhaven to erect radio masts to be used for testing his radio transmitters. In October and November of that year, messages were successfully sent from Poldhu, Cornwall to Crookhaven. By 1904, the technology of wireless had evolved to a point that made the Crookhaven/Brow Head location useless. Continuing past the tower and adjacent structures, head down the hill to a small collection of buildings. These buildings (mine manager's house, counting house and miners' barracks) supported the copper mine operations at Brow Head. The mine started to produce copper in 1854 and in 1859; the mine produced 179 tons of ore. Other than a brief time in 1906, the main operations of the mine ceased in 1865. If you have time and stamina, a walk to the very tip of Brow Head is worth it. As you continue along the paths, you will be amazed just how far down the peninsula you can get. The sight of the cliffs all around you is breathtaking. Keep your eyes on the rocks below, as you may see seals sunning themselves on the rocks. Don't forget to pack a picnic! Back at the car, begin your trip to Crookhaven. Going down the hill, you will be graced with stunning views of Roaringwater Bay, Clear Island, Sherkin Island and Schull Harbor. Continue on until you get back to the "main" road. At this intersection, you will turn right and follow the road to Crookhaven. Crookhaven is a very small village containing three pubs, one store and a huge amount of fun. The beautiful harbor bustles with activity on warm summer days. Sail boats come and go while kids play in the water at the base of the pier. You can't help but be happy when you're in Crookhaven. The highlight of any trip to Crookhaven is visiting the best pub in the world. O'Sullivan's Bar is second-to-none when it comes to Irish charm. As you walk through the door, Dermot O'Sullivan will greet you with a cheery, "Hello boys and girls." Order a toasted special with a Murphy's and find seat by one of the large windows. While you enjoy a quiet lunch, take in the beautiful harbor that sparkles outside the windows. If the weather is warm, be sure to enjoy one of the many picnic tables spread around the pier. Nirvana. Planning your next vacation to Ireland? Don't forget to tour West Cork, Brow Head and Crookhaven. http://www.ireland-travels.com https://www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels https://twitter.com/TravelsIreland Track title: The Rose of Tralee
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West County Cork, Ireland - Tour Guide
 
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Matty and Mary take us on guided tour of West Cork in Ireland where the sea is below and the mountains are above! They travel from Bantry on the Friday Market Day to the makers of Milleens Cheese. They then head to Garnish Island to check out the special gardens. Using Irelands only Cable Car they then head to Jersey Island for a well deserved picnic.
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Cork Travel Guide HD
 
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youtube travel videos http://www.overlander.tv In Cork I try and trace my Irish ancestors (O'Shea), and look at the modern day immigration of Polish workers to Ireland. W Cork I spróbować prześledzić mojej irlandzkiej przodków (O'Shea), i spojrzeć na nowoczesne imigracji dzień polskich pracowników do Irlandii. Business Enquiries Only : biz at overlander dot tv Subscribe to our Travel Vlog http://www.overlander.tv/subscribe-travel-vlog Like Overlander on Facebook: http://fb.com/overlander.tv Follow Overlander on Twitter: http://twitter.com/overlandertv Subscribe to our youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=overlander
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Ryan Doyle - Cork Tutorial
 
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http://www.ryandoyle.co.uk Instagram: Ryan_Doyle created due to popular demand lol, Ryan Doyle travels to Kuwait to Judge the Urban Jump event and also created a tutorial on the cork, hope you enjoy it, thanks to red bull for the oppertunity and thanks to wfpf for the support, thank to Mohammed Al-atter for filming this. congratulations on winning urban jump! shout out to pk-jaguars they also were amazing. cork tutorial http://www.ryandoyle.co.uk Instagram: Ryan_Doyle Facebook Ryan Doyle Twitter /Ryan_Doyle http://www.AirbornAcademy.com Contact RAD Productions UK http://radproductions.uk http://ryandoyle.co.uk
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[FULL HD] Where does cork come from? Cork in Portugal
 
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Ireland Travel | West Cork Travel | Irish Travel | Ireland Travels | Ireland Holiday | Ireland Blog
 
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http://www.ireland-travels.com https://www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels https://twitter.com/TravelsIreland Ireland travel is about taking a journey into the magical. While taking a tour of Ireland you should always include time to travel West Cork. You can experience more of the West Cork area at my Ireland blog using the links above. Whether you are walking the paths of the many parks, climbing the rocky hills, fishing from the rugged coastline, sitting on a sandy beach, taking photographs of the Irish countryside or cycling the winding roads; a tour of this scenic area of southwest County Cork, Ireland is a must. Begin your tour at Mizen Head, Ireland's most southwesterly point. The dramatic peninsula features Barley Cove beach and is highlighted by the Mizen Head Signal Station Visitor Centre. Be sure to look for seals lazily resting on the rocks below. On past the village of Crookhaven you will find yourself on Streek Head, a remote area accessible only through rolling Irish countryside and pastures. This is a beautiful place to watch the sun rise from or set into the Atlantic Ocean. Near the quaint village of Skibbereen is the area of Lough Hyne. Lough Hyne is a salt-water lake, fed by the tides, and is home to a varied collection of marine life. Above the lake are the walking paths of Knockamagh Wood Nature Reserve, which is part of Ireland's national park system. The paths of the nature preserve lead you to commanding views of Roaringwater Bay, Baltimore harbor and Clear Island. A picnic is fantastic way to finish this walk. Further up the coast, near the County Kerry border, is the fishing village of Castletownbere. The village is situated on the southern edge of the Beara Peninsula and is near the beginning of the southern portion of the Ring of Beara. Just out of town are the ruins of Dunboy Castle, which was destroyed by the English in 1602 after a 14-day siege. Priest's Leap is also located near the County Kerry Border and overlooks the world famous Bantry Bay. Irish legend holds that a priest, while riding a horse and fleeing soldiers, jumped from this point and landed many miles away near Bantry. Looking for a place for fishing in Ireland? The pier at Toor Point has commanding views of the Atlantic Ocean and Toor Island. A lazy, quiet afternoon can be spent watching the waves crash against the shoreline as the seagulls soar above you. Between the villages of Goleen and Durrus, you will find the Coast Road. On this road is the well-preserved O'Mahoney Castle known as Dunmanus Castle. The castle was built in 1430 at the current location of Dunmanus Harbor. Views of the beautiful Irish countryside and Dunmanus Bay will have you reaching for your camera. Possibly the most beautiful place in all of West Cork is Three Castle Head. The collection of three towers, built in 1207 by the O'Mahoneys, is a short hike from Dunlough Pier. The castles sit on cliffs, which offer views of the Atlantic Ocean, Mizen Head, Sheep's Head and the mountains of County Kerry. At the base of the castles is a lake. Irish legend holds that a lady haunts the lake, while protecting the king's valuables that were thrown into the lake to guard them from attackers. Planning your next vacation to Ireland? Don't forget to tour West Cork. http://www.ireland-travels.com https://www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels https://twitter.com/TravelsIreland Music credits: Track title: Whiskey in the Jar
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Top 10 MOST BEAUTIFUL Places in IRELAND | Essential Irish Travel Guide  🇮🇪
 
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Traveling to Ireland or Northern Ireland? From Dublin to Belfast and everything in between, these are the Top 10 Essential Things to Do on the island of Ireland. Alex and Marko the Vagabrothers guide you to the very best of the Emerald Isle. SUBSCRIBE ► http://bit.ly/Vagabrothers --- Watch our FULL IRELAND VLOG SERIES: http://bit.ly/2rajCaq Watch our FULL NORTHERN IRELAND SERIES: http://bit.ly/2rRNc1X --- WHAT WE VLOG WITH : - BIG CAMERA ►https://bhpho.to/2gitki3 - LENS ► https://bhpho.to/2gKadhE - SNEAKY CAMERA ► https://bhpho.to/2gQ0kBW - MICROPHONE ► https://bhpho.to/2fQpW1X - DRONE ► http://amzn.to/1USOWQG - ACTION CAM ► https://bhpho.to/2gPXihd --- FOLLOW US: + INSTAGRAM ►https://www.instagram.com/Vagabrothers + FACEBOOK ► https://www.facebook.com/Vagabrothers + TWITTER ► https://twitter.com/vagabrothers + SNAPCHAT ►@Vagabrothers --- Personal Accounts: + Alex ► https://www.instagram.com/alexthevagabond + Marko ► https://www.instagram.com/markoayling --- MUSIC ► --- Contribute to Vagabrothers #TranslationTeam: http://bit.ly/VBTranslationTeam --- BOOK YOUR TRAVELS HERE: + Hotels: http://bit.ly/TripAdvisorHotelDeals + Flights: http://bit.ly/SkyScannerFlights + Eurail Tickets: http://bit.ly/EurailPasses + Insurance: http://bit.ly/WorldNomadsInsurance --- WHAT WE VLOG WITH : -- CAMERA: https://bhpho.to/2gitki3 - LENS: https://bhpho.to/2gKadhE - MICROPHONE: https://bhpho.to/2fQpW1X - VLOG CAM: https://bhpho.to/2gQ0kBW - DRONE: http://amzn.to/1USOWQG - ACTION CAM: https://bhpho.to/2gPXihd - Suction Cup Thingy: https://bhpho.to/2gK6alk --- HOW WE GET AROUND: Get your first free ride with Uber by using the code "UberVagabrothersUE" or clicking here: https://www.uber.com/invite/ubervagabrothersue --- P.S. We love the Vagabuddies... Subscribe and join the squad!
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Cork, City in Republic of Ireland - Best Travel Destination
 
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Cork is a city in Ireland. It is located in the South-West Region and in the province of Munster. With a population of 119,230, it is the second largest city in the state and the third most populous on the island of Ireland.
KAYAKING IRELAND'S WILD COAST!
 
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SUBSCRIBE & BECOME A VAGABUDDY! http://bit.ly/Vagabrothers We travel to the untamed coast of West Cork to forage for seaweed by kayak, then bring it back to shore to cook it up! Check out the people & places we met below: + Kayaking w/ Jim & Marie Kennedy from Atlantic Sea Kayaking: http://www.atlanticseakayaking.com/ + Lunch @ The Coffee Shop in Union Hall: http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restaurant_Review-g1903583-d1909989-Reviews-The_Coffee_Shop-Union_Hall_County_Cork.html + Fingal Ferguson from Gubben Cheesemakers: http://www.gubbeen.com/ + Also, check out their awesome cookbook: http://amzn.to/1WfZvMx + Trinity City Hotel in Dublin: http://www.trinitycityhotel.com/ Big thanks to Tourism Ireland and Failte Ireland for making this trip possible! + http://www.ireland.com/en-us/ + https://twitter.com/GoToIrelandUS #LoveIreland VAGABROTHERS: We're Marko and Alex Ayling, brothers, backpackers, and video bloggers on a mission to explore the world through its people. We're on the road all the time, cranking out videos a few times a week. Subscribe and join the adventure! + INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/Vagabrothers + TWITTER: https://twitter.com/vagabrothers + FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Vagabrothers + SNAPCHAT & STORIE: @Vagabrothers + WEB: http://www.vagabrothers.com Want to help fund our travels? If you are going to buy something from Amazon, click on the links below before you make your purchase and we'll get a percentage of your final sale. Cheers! This film was made with: - F-Stop Satori Backpack: http://bit.ly/1o9EiUa - Sony A7s Mirrorless Camera: http://amzn.to/1xSSvJF - Sony 24-70mm F4 Vario Tessar Lens http://amzn.to/1J3GqJj - Sony 24-240mm f/3.5-6.3 Zoom Lens http://amzn.to/1HVMr6S - Sony Cyber Shot RX100iv http://amzn.to/1foXGxX - DJI Inspire 1 Drone (2 Controller) http://amzn.to/1USOWQG - Go Pro Hero 3+: http://amzn.to/1qSmySV - Go Pro Suction Cup Mount: http://amzn.to/1r51tow - Go Pro Accessory Kit: http://amzn.to/1rtIQcZ - Promaster CX525 Tripod: http://amzn.to/1CbyPEG - Promaster Superlite 3-Way Head: http://amzn.to/1ypnbaO - SD 32GB Memory Sticks: http://amzn.to/1mqOxYJ - Sennheiser MKE 400 Shotgun Mike: http://amzn.to/1mqOBHT - Zoom H1 Portable Digital Recorder: http://amzn.to/XVPSuY - Joby GP3 GorillaPod: http://amzn.to/1mKPDPn - Pico Flex Table Dolly: http://amzn.to/1ogQvXg - Pelican 0915 Black SD Memory Card Protective Case: http://amzn.to/1smkuUy
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【K】Ireland Travel-Cork[아일랜드 여행-코크]코브항구 여객선침몰 추모식/Port of Cork/Cobh/Lusitania/Ceremony of the sinking
 
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■ KBS 걸어서 세계속으로 PD들이 직접 만든 해외여행전문 유투브 채널 【Everywhere, K】 ■ The Travels of Nearly Everywhere! 10,000 of HD world travel video clips with English subtitle! (Click on 'subtitles/CC' button) ■ '구독' 버튼을 누르고 10,000여 개의 생생한 【HD】영상을 공유 해 보세요! (Click on 'setting'-'quality'- 【1080P HD】 ! / 더보기 SHOW MORE ↓↓↓) ● Subscribe to YOUTUBE - http://goo.gl/thktbU ● Follow me on TWITTER - https://goo.gl/npQdxL ● Like us on FACEBOOK - http://goo.gl/UKHX33 ● KBS 걸어서세계속으로 홈페이지 - http://travel.kbs.co.kr [한국어 정보] 아일랜드 최대 항구도시 코크는 잊을 수 없는 슬픈 역사를 지니고 있다. ‘대기근’ 당시, 아일랜드의 첫 이민자가 이곳을 통해 북아메리카로 떠났다. 그리고 제1차 세계대전이 한창이던 1915년, 코크 연안을 지나던 여객선 루지타니아호가 독일 잠수함에 의해 침몰했다. 이 사고로 1200명의 탑승객이 모두 사망했다. 코크 시민들은 매년 항구 앞에 모여 추모식을 연다. 탑승객이 입었던 옷과 선원들이 썼던 모자를 쓰고 고인의 넋을 기린다. 그때의 아픔을 잊지 않기 위해서다. “지금은 돌아가신 제 삼촌이 그 일을 기억하고 있습니다. 사람들이 시신을 이곳 해안으로 데려왔던 걸 말이죠. 루지타니아 호 침몰 사건이 있은 후입니다. 해변을 따라 시신들이 줄지어 있었다고 합니다. 그리고 이 지역 주민들이 시신을 집으로 운구해 갔습니다. 그 당시엔 연락수단이 열악했으니까요. 루지타니아 호 사건은 코크의 대단히 비극적인 사건이었습니다. 슬픈 사건이었습니다.” [English: Google Translator] Cork is Ireland's largest harbor city has a sad history, unforgettable. 'Famine' time, the first Irish immigrants to North America through the left here. And who was the First World War is in full swing in 1915, jinadeon Rouge Tania call the Cork coast ferry was sunk by a German submarine. 1200 passengers were all killed in the accident. Coke citizens gathered in front of the harbor open the memorial annually. Passengers and crew wearing clothes wore hats spent honors the deceased's soul. Wihaeseoda then do not forget the pain. "Now my uncle died I remember that day. ...... That people came to take the bodies to the shore here. Funny Rouge after sinking the call Tania. The bodies were along the beach are lined up. And the local residents went to ungu the body home. At that time, the yen contact means haeteunikkayo poor. Rouge Tania Lake incident was very tragic event in Cork. It was a sad event. " [Information] ■클립명: 유럽105-아일랜드03-17 코브 항구, 여객선 침몰 추모식/Port of Cork/Cobh/Lusitania/Ceremony of the sinking ■여행, 촬영, 편집, 원고: 이병용 PD (travel, filming, editing, writing: KBS TV Producer) ■촬영일자: 2014년 6월 June [Keywords] 유럽,Europe,,아일랜드,Ireland,,,이병용,2014,6월 June
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Cork Walking Tour: From Marshland to Rebel City - Ep. 11
 
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Cork has quite a history! In this episode we learned why it's called the Rebel City, the influence that George Washington had on its development, why people would sing outside the prison walls, and we explored the beautiful campus of University College Cork. Despite Franklin's struggle with directions, we still managed to experience much of the western end of Cork. Whether you're a resident or a tourist, this walk is fantastic if you're looking for places to see in Cork. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/29OYt90 Want more? Join Our Patreon community! https://www.patreon.com/fromcoastacosta Join our e-mail list at our website to receive updates in your inbox! http://www.fromcoastacosta.com Follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/fromcoastacosta Follow us on Instagram for real time updates of our travels! https://www.instagram.com/fromcoastacosta Chat with us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/fromcoastacosta Pin with us on Pinterest! https://www.pinterest.com/fromcoastacosta © From Coast A Costa 2017
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CORK EXPERIENCE
 
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Experience Cork city and county in this film commissioned by Cork City Council. Cork is the largest county in Ireland and is one of the most beautiful and interesting places to visit. Find out more: http://www.cork.ie/
Views: 3567 Mark Long
Day Trip to Kinsale, Cork - Ep. 18
 
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I little rain never hurt anybody, right? Well, it sure didn't stop us from enjoying Kinsale! We stopped by the Castlepark Beach, climbed up to Fort James, watched a bit of the Kinsale Regatta Festival 2017, and even spotted some wildlife. We may have been a tad soggy in the end but we were on a quest to find some rainbows. Kinsale is truly a town you must visit if you're ever in Cork! Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2F7jvUO Want more? Join Our Patreon community! https://www.patreon.com/fromcoastacosta Join our e-mail list at our website to receive updates in your inbox! http://www.fromcoastacosta.com Follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/fromcoastacosta Follow us on Instagram for real time updates of our travels! https://www.instagram.com/fromcoastacosta Chat with us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/fromcoastacosta Pin with us on Pinterest! https://www.pinterest.com/fromcoastacosta © From Coast A Costa 2017
Views: 791 The World Ahead
Ireland Travel | West Cork Travel | Mizen Head | Irish Travel | Ireland Travels | Ireland Blog
 
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http://www.ireland-travels.com https://www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels https://twitter.com/TravelsIreland Ireland travel is about taking a journey into the magical. While taking a tour of Ireland you should always include time to travel West Cork and Mizen Head. You can experience more of the West Cork area and Mizen Head at my Ireland blog using the links above. Whether you are walking the paths of the many parks, climbing the rocky hills, fishing from the rugged coastline, sitting on a sandy beach, taking photographs of the Irish countryside or cycling the winding roads; a tour of this scenic area of southwest County Cork, Ireland is a must. Begin your tour at Mizen Head, Ireland's most southwesterly point. The dramatic peninsula features Barley Cove beach and is highlighted by the Mizen Head Signal Station Visitor Centre. At the signal station you will be treated with magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Cork and Kerry Mountains to the North. The drive to the Mizen Head Signal Station will take you from one of the small villages of Goleen or Crookhaven. The roads from both villages join together at the end of the causeway that cuts along the swan filled Lissagriffin Lake. Continuing up the road, you will pass the Lissagriffin Primary School on the right. Just past the school, turn left on to the Mizen road and head past the Barley Cove Beach Hotel. As you head up the hill from the hotel, be sure to stop at the bend in the road and admire the beautiful views of Barley Cove Beach and Brow Head. Whether the sun is shining or a gale is blowing, the views are breathtaking. Continuing up the road, you will pass the home that was my grandparents' holiday home on the right. This home, Corran More, was the center of our family's Irish fun and holds a tom of memories from the years we spent there. On the left side of the road just past Corran More is a lay-by. At the western end of the lay-by, a driveway drops down to the left. Tim and Mary O'Sullivan live here and have been friends of our family since the early 1970's. Tim is a retired dairy farmer, and Mary operates a small bed and breakfast during the peak summer months. You will not find a nicer family than the O'Sullivans. At the end of their driveway, a road heads to the west. Follow this road to its end, and you will find a pier jutting into the sea. Four generations of my family have enjoyed many picnics and fishing excursions on this pier. I'm sure that I have added to the aging of my mother while I ran around this pier. The rest of the drive up the Mizen road to the signal station is filled with one grand view after another. Pulling into the large parking lot of the Mizen Head Signal Station, you will find the entrance on the right. Inside the welcome building you will be able to purchase tickets to the museum at the end of the peninsula, purchase a souvenir or enjoy a snack in the café. Follow the path down to the arced bridge. As you cross the bridge, take time to look for seals relaxing on the rocks below. A short way past the bridge, you will come to the formally manned signal station. Inside the station itself is a fine museum describing life in the station, the history of the Fastnet Rock lighthouse and stories of the many ships that have crashed on the rocks of the Mizen. Further past the signal station you walk to the "end" of the land. This rugged, wind swept coastline was no doubt the final view of Ireland many immigrants saw after they left Cobh on their way to America. Planning your next vacation to Ireland? Don't forget to tour West Cork and Mizen Head. http://www.ireland-travels.com https://www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels https://twitter.com/TravelsIreland Music credits: Track title: Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore
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Ireland Travel | West Cork Travel | Crookhaven to Dunkelly Time Lapse | Ireland Travels | Ireland
 
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www.ireland-travels.com www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels Follow @TravelsIreland Ireland travel is about taking a journey into the magical. While taking a tour of Ireland you should always include time to travel West Cork and Mizen Head. You can experience more of the West Cork (http://youtu.be/RsCKBYW955Q) area and Mizen Head at my Ireland blog using the links above. Whether you are walking the paths of the many parks, climbing the rocky hills, fishing from the rugged coastline, sitting on a sandy beach, taking photographs of the Irish countryside or cycling the winding roads; a tour of this scenic area of southwest County Cork, Ireland is a must. What is the best part of Crookhaven? The harbor? No. The views of the surrounding hillside? No. The warmth of the sun on a beautiful day? No. The mesmerizing sight of masts and sails bobbing back-and-forth? Again, no. The best part of Crookhaven, and possibly the world, is O'Sullivans Bar. Our quick trip through a remote portion of West Cork begins in the village of Crookhaven. It is imperative before you leave town that you stop in the pub for a filling meal and a pint. Whatever you do, don't have the Guinness. Try the Murphy's! After you've enjoyed your toasted special, order a scone with jam. Get two; you know you'll eat them both! After you leave town, you will wind your way back to Galley Cove. You can take the turn at the beach and follow the lane up to the top of Brow Head (http://youtu.be/fdyNQLhDVOQ). From the top, you will see Marconi Tower, Mizen Head (http://youtu.be/P7z7hdDd2AU), Barley Cove and the Fastnet Rock. After you pass the turn for Galley Cove, White Strand will be on your right. The tides are amazing here. If the tide is out, you will have a massive beach area to explore. If the tide is in, the water will nearly come all the way to the wall lining the road. Continuing along, you will drive the entire northwest length of Crookhaven harbor. On a sunny day, the water sparkles making the entire scene beautiful. Eventually you will come to the small village of Goleen. This small farm town is home to a couple of shops and a few pubs. Past Goleen, you will head into the hills and the remote areas of the Mizen. Winding along the narrow roads, you will come to Sheehan's Pass. As you cross over the pass, Dunmanus Bay and Sheep's Head come into view. Making your way down the hill will make you thankful for a good set of brakes. You will continue to drive through the farms that make up the north side of the Mizen peninsula. Authors Patrick McCarthy and Richard Hawkes wrote about the history and traditions of this wonderful area in their book Backside of the Mizen. Finally arriving at the end of your journey, it is time to light a fire, pour a cup of tea, grab a book and settle in for a quiet evening. Planning your next vacation to Ireland? Don't forget to tour West Cork, Crookhaven and the Mizen peninsula! This video was taken using my GoPro Hero 2 Motorsports Edition. Thanks to Nissan for giving me a relatively flat surface to mount the camera. www.ireland-travels.com www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels Follow @TravelsIreland Track title: Hillside Celebrations
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2 HOURS IN Cobh, Ireland (Cork)
 
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Today, I ported in Cobh, Ireland (Cork). I hopped off the ship and tried to get lost. I did O.K. I asked a local where he would go if he only had an hour - he said to go to the St Colman's Cathedral, where there is an amazing view. He was right. After climbing a big ass hill, I found the church. Pretty cool! I walked back down the big hill and found a place that I can drink a Guinness called Rob Roy Bar. After that I simply walked around a bit before I needed to take off on the ship - pretty much just soak it all in :) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Since 2011 I have been generating passive income - it helps to fund my travels around the world! http://bit.ly/StartLivingClub ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -Brock Check out the latest here: http://www.fb.com/edgesofearth http://www.EdgesOfEarth.com https://www.instagram.com/edgesofearth/ "Time is running out; start living!"
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Cork Ireland: The Rebel County  |  Travel Podcast
 
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So, what’s up with Cork? Is Cork the capital of Ireland? Is it the Rebel County? The Republic of Cork? Why do Cork and Dublin have a rivalry? Should visitors include Cork in their Ireland vacation plans? What is there to do in Cork and why visit?
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Cork Walking Tour: Butter, Bells, and Moore - Ep. 10
 
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Battling sinus and allergies isn't enough to keep us locked up inside on a nice, sunny, spring day in Cork. We're still new to the city and really wanted to take the opportunity to get out and explore. We read about some self-guided walking tours that are marked around the city to help anyone looking to learn more about Cork, Ireland's history. We thought it would be a good way to get to know Cork while getting in some cardio! Whether you're a resident or a tourist, this walk is fantastic if you're looking for places to see in Cork. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/29OYt90 Want more? Join Our Patreon community! https://www.patreon.com/fromcoastacosta Join our e-mail list at our website to receive updates in your inbox! http://www.fromcoastacosta.com Follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/fromcoastacosta Follow us on Instagram for real time updates of our travels! https://www.instagram.com/fromcoastacosta Chat with us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/fromcoastacosta Pin with us on Pinterest! https://www.pinterest.com/fromcoastacosta © From Coast A Costa 2017
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Ireland Travel | West Cork Travel | Kerry Travel | Dingle Travel | Irish Travel | Ireland Travels
 
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www.ireland-travels.com www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels Follow @TravelsIreland In the early winter of 2012, I spent nine days trudging from field to field and tower to tower in Southwest Ireland. My trip was based in the Mizen Peninsula in West Cork. Along the way, I visited Castledonovan, Toormore, attempted to have tea with Jeremy Irons at his Kilcoe Castle, got lost down beautiful country roads, scaled the walls to visit the ruins of Rossbrin Castle and Raheen Castle near Rineen. I also spent a fantastic day exploring the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. While there I visited Inch Beach, Minard Castle, the Dunbeg Promontory Fort, Coumeenoole Beach, Gallerus Oratory and Kilmalkedar Monastery. I finished my nine days in West Cork exploring an old estate and castle in Downeen near Rosscarbery, Coppinger's Court, the ancient Drombeg Stone Circle and braved the "lady of the lake" at Three Castle Head. Please join me on this fantastic tour of one of the most amazing places on earth. "As Robert Frost Once Said..." Over the coming weeks, I will be sharing my personal thoughts, practical ideas and historical facts about my most recent trip to West Cork. On this particular trip, I was by myself as I explored many sites in the West Cork area that over time have largely been forgotten. I also spent a very long day seeing Dingle. I will be telling the story using my words and photographs. I make no claims of being Mark Twain or Ansel Adams, but I will do my best to create an image that captures the magic of West Cork. The title of this series is "Nine Days in the Mud." I know it's not a very original considering I was in Ireland for nine days in late November and early December but "Road to West Cork" sounded too Bing and Bob. Planning for this trip started like most when I'm traveling without my wife and kids. I travel a great deal for work and adding that extra week away from the family is sometimes hard to reconcile in my mind. Shawn, my wife, keeps assuring me that it is fine. I grumble about feeling bad for leaving them "yet again" for the sake of "having fun." Ultimately, the cycle is broken, and I head to the Aer Lingus website to purchase my ticket. There's no turning back now. On the evening of November 25, I'm headed to Ireland! With two days to spare, I decided to get my trip planned. I don't want to be over prepared! I grabbed my books, my ordinance maps and a cup of coffee. It was reminiscent of an old war movie with a grizzled general studying the map table determining his strategy. One book in particular was very helpful. It was written by Jack Roberts and is called "Exploring West Cork: The Guide to Discovering the Ancient, Sacred and Historic Sites of West Cork." The book details so many "lost" places in West Cork and gives a general idea of where they're located. From here, I would go to my collection of Ordnance Survey Ireland maps to find the exact location. I paged through the book marking places of interest and then marked them with color coded Post-its. My maps were painted with rainbows of Irish fun, and I was basking in the organized glow of the German part of my ancestry. With a plan in place, I was ready to go. Before I end, I have to get something off my chest. This is a note (and the practical information portion of this program) for those of you who have never been to Ireland. ALL Irish tourist sites and brochures lie. Every one of them. Without exception. Scandalous words I know. Here's my point before I'm taken out back and made to eat my words. You look at all this material, and what do you see? You see people in shirtsleeves enjoying the sites while basking in the sun. Oh sure, some of the photos have a bit of cloud cover and people wearing jackets. However, they never show the days, and there are lots of them, when it's extremely windy and raining sideways. Just once, I'd like to see a mass of miserable tourists huddled around a small fire attempting to raise their temperature to "pleasantly frozen." A lot of places in the world claim to have four seasons in one day. Ireland does this regularly, beautifully and without fanfare! So. What did Robert Frost say? From his poem "The Road Not Taken": Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Let's take that less traveled road. You never know who or what you'll meet. Places visited: Castledonovan Kilcoe Castle -- Jeremy Irons Rossbrin Castle Inch Beach Minard Castle Dunbeg Promontory Fort Dingle Coumeenoole Beach Reask Monastic Site Gallarus Oratory Kilmalkedar Monastery Raheen Castle Castlehaven Harbor Glandore Downeen Castle Coppinger's Court Drombeg Stone Cirlce Christmas tree Skibbereen Lough Hyne Three Castle Head Durrus Schull Dunbeacon Dumanus Bay Bantry Cashel www.ireland-travels.com www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels Follow @TravelsIreland Track title: Lonely Wanderer
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Ireland Travel | West Cork Travel | Brow Head | Irish Travel | Ireland Travels | Time Lapse
 
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http://www.ireland-travels.com https://www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels https://twitter.com/TravelsIreland Ireland travel is about taking a journey into the magical. While taking a tour of Ireland you should always include time to travel West Cork and Mizen Head. You can experience more of the West Cork area and Mizen Head at my Ireland blog using the links above. Whether you are walking the paths of the many parks, climbing the rocky hills, fishing from the rugged coastline, sitting on a sandy beach, taking photographs of the Irish countryside or cycling the winding roads; a tour of this scenic area of southwest County Cork, Ireland is a must. This video is time lapse was taken late in the afternoon on November 4, 2011. I used my iPhone with the iMotion HD app for the filming. I was going for a hike on Mizen Head and set the camera up in the garden of family friends, Tim and Mary O'Sullivan. The camera was facing southeast and looked over Barley Cove with the water crashing on to Devil's Rock sitting in the bay. In the distance, Brow Head splits the Atlantic Ocean with Marconi Tower stoically standing guard on the peak. Please take notice of the moonrise happening a short way in from the left side of the screen. Planning your next vacation to Ireland? Don't forget to tour West Cork and experience all the beauty and charm it has to offer. http://www.ireland-travels.com https://www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels https://twitter.com/TravelsIreland Track title: Greensleeves License Type: Standard License
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DIY Cork Travel Photo Map | LOCKTHEMAP
 
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Watch our quick, easy cork travel photo map tutorial. ●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● SOCIAL MEDIA- → Website & Blog: http://www.lockthemap.com → Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lockthemap →Faceboook: https://www.facebook.com/lockthemap →Twitter: https://twitter.com/Lockthemap →Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/Lockthemap →BlogLovin': https://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/lockt... ●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● BUISNESS INQUIRES- → Email: [email protected]
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Wonderful West Cork along Wild Atlantic Way - Ride Wild 2014
 
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West Cork along the Wild Atlantic Way. The Ride Wild 2014 biking adventure along Ireland's new scenic route hits Beara Peninsula, Dursey Island and the Mizen Head Signal Station - all some of the definite highlights along this route! Thanks to Tourism Ireland, Birk Sport, North West Adventure Tours, Skimbaco Lifestyle and Firethought for making the trip possible!
Cork Tourist | West Cork | Ireland
 
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Matty and Mary take us on guided tour of West Cork in Ireland where the sea is below and the mountains are above! They travel from Bantry on the Friday Market Day to the makers of Milleens Cheese. They then head to Garnish Island to check out the special gardens. Using Irelands only Cable Car they then head to Jersey Island for a well deserved picnic.
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Ireland Travel | West Cork Travel | Dunmanus Bay | Irish Travel | Ireland Travels | Time Lapse
 
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www.ireland-travels.com www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels Follow us @TravelsIreland Ireland travel is about taking a journey into the magical. While taking a tour of Ireland you should always include time to travel West Cork and Mizen Head. You can experience more of the West Cork area and Mizen Head at my Ireland blog using the links above. Whether you are walking or backpacking on the paths of the many parks, climbing the rocky hills, fishing from the rugged coastline, sitting on a sandy beach, taking photographs of the Irish countryside or cycling the winding roads; a tour of this scenic area of southwest County Cork, Ireland is a must. This video is time lapse taken at sunset on the backside of Mizen Head. Our family was renting a farmhouse in Dunkelly West, and the sky had been very cloudy for days. On this evening, the clouds finally started to break and gave a few beautiful glimpses of the illusive sun. I used my GoPro Hero 2 camera and shot to the northwest overlooking Dunmanus Bay, and the tip of Sheep's Head in the distance. The video was taken June 11, 2012 between 8:00pm and 10:15pm local time. Planning your next vacation filled with Irish travel? Don't forget to tour West Cork and experience all the beauty and charm it has to offer. www.ireland-travels.com www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels Follow us @TravelsIreland Track title: Scarborough Fair
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Traveling from Dublin Ireland to west Cork, packing and takeway laughs
 
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Hey guys hope your having a wonderful day let me know what’s good about your day what’s good about my day is I am currently packing for a big adventure that will happen tomorrow I am super excited and very grateful for what we are doing I can’t wait today’s Video was very short because I was very busy packing and chilling it was nice to be in cork but we are only here of one night because tomorrow we are off on a new adventure so I hope you will join me on this journey ✈️ Also can anyone take any guess to what part of the world I am going to be going to tomorrow? Here’s a hit it’s hot.... I hope you enjoyed today’s Video make sure to subscribe and join the family thank for watching today’s video see you guys tomorrow for daily fun If your new around here subscribe and thumbs up 👍 See you guys tomorrow for another video Ava xoxo
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Conan travels to Cork County, Ireland
 
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Conan's mid 90s comedy bit of the Ireland trip.
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Adventure and Sport Holidays in Cork and Kerry, Ireland - Unravel Travel TV
 
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Plan your holiday in Cork and Kerry in the South West of Ireland. There are miles of coastline and countryside for you to explore, with great walking, cycling and adventure holiday ideas. Discover the charms of Cork City, Blarney and West Cork or have fun with the family on a beach in Youghal. Kerry is a land of deep lakes, wild mountainous landscapes and a rugged coastline. You won't fail to be enchanted by its wealth of natural attractions or step back in time at incredible historical sites. And when the day's activities are done, visitors can relax in buzzing towns like Kenmare, Killarney, Tralee and Dingle. They don't call it the Kingdom for nothing. Kerry boasts a coastline carved over millennia by a wild ocean, Ireland's 10 highest peaks, its most iconic mountain passes and a vast national park with the country's oldest oak forests. This landscape provides a spectacular arena for those who love outdoor pursuits and adrenalin highs. Golfers too are spoiled for choice with world-class links courses like Ballybunion, Waterville and Dooks. Visitors can relax in buzzing towns like Kenmare, Killarney, Tralee and Dingle where old Irish traditions of storytelling, music and dancing are alive and well. Killarney & the Ring of Kerry For many people around the world, the Ring of Kerry drive encapsulates their image of Ireland. The spectacular scenery, dramatic coastline, colourful towns and villages and ancient archaeological treasures have been featured in postcards, film, poetry and song. Beginning and ending in Killarney, each twist and turn on the road will reveal new sights - windswept cliffs, breathtaking scenery, spectacular lakes, rich flora and fauna, green and yellow chequered hills and unspoilt beaches. Dingle Peninsula and North Kerry Peace and tranquility are synonymous with the Dingle Peninsula. Life moves at an unhurried pace in this Gaeltacht area, but the local people are quick to offer you the opportunity to share their unique culture and heritage. Uncover North Kerry and feel at home amongst the people, as every visitor has a special role to play -- all you have to do is cheer, laugh, whistle and tap your shoe in keeping with the tune to the heart of rural Ireland's beat. Cork, Ireland http://www.discoverireland.ie/southwest Kerry, Southwest Ireland http://www.discoverireland.ie/Places-To-Go/Kerry Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltravel.eu Unravel Travel TV Twitter https://twitter.com/UnravelTravelTV SouthWestWalks Ireland http://www.southwestwalksireland.com Tralee Bay Sailing Club http://www.traleebaysailingclub.com Valentia Island Sea Sports & Adventure Centre http://www.divevalentia.ie Chopper Club Ireland http://www.chopper-club.com/ireland Go Visit Ireland http://www.govisitireland.com Kerry Climbing http://www.kerryclimbing.ie Star Outdoors Adventure Centre http://www.staroutdoors.ie Freedom Kiters http://www.freedomkiters.com Irish Adventures http://www.irishadventures.net Tailor - Made Tours Ltd. http://www.tailor-madetours.com Walk Killarney & Kerry http://www.killarney.ie/walkkillarney Ballybunion Surf School http://www.ballybunionsurf.com Venture Ireland http://www.ventureireland.com Kenmare Bay Diving http://www.kenmarebaydiving.com West Coast Surf School http://www.westcoastsurfschool.ie Waterworld Tralee http://www.waterworld.ie Beara Outdoor Adventures http://www.boa-ireland.com Hidden Ireland Tours http://www.hiddenirelandtours.com Killorglin Rowing Club http://killorglinrowing.wordpress.com
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Best Burger in Ireland, the world, episode 2, Best Burgers in Cork City Ireland (2018)
 
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Best Burger in Ireland, the world, episode 2, Best Burgers in Cork City Ireland (2018). In this episode the Beardy man and myself try the best burgers in Cork, Ireland as suggested by the internet and some of our own favourites. We try some fabulous burgers such as Coq Bulls Smokin Bull, Bunsen Burgers double cheese burger, Holy smokes donut burger, Sage Green rooms 12 mile burger, Barcadias Buffalo burger, Son of a buns the one burger. Coq Bull (at 0.53 mins) Bunsen (at 4.15 mins) Holy Smoke (at 6.36 mins) Sage Greenroom (at 15.15 mins) Barcadia (at 19.56 mins) Son of a Bun (at 23.25 mins) The Beardy mans channel is here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJrE4GITXgnTxOwRlOJyyww If you like this check out my guide to Annecy part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HX1RjbAvkEY and part 2 https://www.youtube.com/edit?video_id=9YOiJ8f_-vg and my other travel videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iM4Gg2n4KlM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRxSdvDqwf8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTqs2h1RKg8&t=307s Munich https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXjiO6sn2e8&t=205s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNCtnxuvhYY&t=58s Biarritz France https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T7cSvrzo0I&t=177s Lyon France https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAhRs6hXfLY&t=21s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSnQ8fpJExM&t=122s Strasbourg France https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dh0QXJ0q2Ts&t=696s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFJiPCHc2AA&t=18s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eQhrBRfglU&t=154s https://www.youtube.com/edit?video_id=jntPVCMlkLE Heidelberg Germany https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKriPcxc-Ow&t=148s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKvZbKzHASk&t=58s Copenhagen Denmark https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGpv2pw24Kk&t=99s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sms-HERhWcE&t=1s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2T8BplLQu0&t=313s San Sebastian Spain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AfJCm3orZk http://www.myfoodtravels.com http://www.atasteof-ireland.com
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Ireland Travel | Three Castle Head | West Cork Travel | Dunlough | Irish Travel | Ireland Travels
 
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www.ireland-travels.com www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels Follow @TravelsIreland Ireland travel is about taking a journey into the magical. While taking a tour of Ireland you should always include time to travel West Cork and Mizen Head. You can experience more of the West Cork area and Mizen Head at my Ireland blog using the links above. Whether you are walking the paths of the many parks, climbing the rocky hills, fishing from the rugged coastline, sitting on a sandy beach, taking photographs of the Irish countryside or cycling the winding roads; a tour of this scenic area of southwest County Cork, Ireland is a must. Leaving the small village of Goleen you will head in the direction of Mizen Head (http://youtu.be/P7z7hdDd2AU). Continue past the turn to Crookhaven, and you will approach the left turn for the Mizen Head Signal Station and Barley Cove. Keep going straight until you get to the "T" in the road. At the "T", turn right and head into the beautiful pastureland of the Mizen and Dunlough area. The road will continue to wind for several kilometers until you come to Dunlough Pier. Leave your car in the small parking area and head up the driveway of the farm. Because you are entering private property, be mindful of locking gates and not disturbing the livestock. It would be very sad to have the castles closed from visitors because of the trouble they caused. On foot, follow the signs and well-worn tracks in the fields. The first part of the walk is fairly easy. It isn't until you get to the bigger hills that the climb becomes harder and the footing a bit uncertain. Upon climbing the first hill, a small, shallow valley will open up in front of you. Walk through this small depression and continue up the other side. As you approach the top of the rise, be prepared for the incredible site of Dunlough Castle. With the castles now in view, the last part of the hike is a bit touchy as the track down is steep and rocky. But, before you head down the hill to the castles, take a moment to enjoy the views in every direction. If your camera isn't overheated yet, I'm not sure what it will take! The castle itself has three different towers that are joined by a crumbling wall that rises to about 15' (5 meters) in height. For towers built eight hundred years ago, they are in magnificent shape. In no time, you will be climbing around the site letting your imagination go as you let the history of this place come over you. It is not too hard to imagine the people in and around the castle. If you look carefully through a security gate on the east side of the largest tower, you will see the bottom of a perfectly intact staircase leading up to a higher floor. What I would pay to be able to climb on those steps and see where they go. Besides the towers, another prominent feature of the site is the lake. In typical Irish fashion, there is always a story, and the story I have heard goes something like this. While the king and his two sons were away at battle, word came back that two of them had been killed. To preserve the fortune of their house, the lady, or queen, threw all their worldly possessions and treasure into the lake. The story goes that if a person searches for the treasure with greed in their heart, the lady of the lake will come for them. Death will follow soon after. You have to love a good Irish story! The walls around the lake are original walls. At the far east end of the lake, where the cliffs drop into Dunmanus Bay, there is also an original dam that holds the water. I have also been told that you can see small mounds near the castles that were part of a promontory fort that pre-dated the castles. I need to go back so that I can find them for myself! After you have finished exploring the castle site, a walk up the hills past the towers is worth it. Up there you will find another lake, a stone monument used to measure the height of the hill and stunning views to the north. On a clear day, you will be able see Sheep's Head, the entrance to Bantry Bay and the mountains of County Kerry. You can easily spend several hours enjoying all the different areas of Three Castle Head. You will be in a very remote place, and it is likely you won't see another person during your hike. What is an absolute must for this hike besides good shoes? A picnic and a thermos of tea. For some reason, tea tastes so much better while sitting on a cliff at Three Castle Head. Planning your next vacation to Ireland? Don't forget to tour West Cork, Three Castle Head and Dunlough Castle. www.ireland-travels.com www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels Follow @TravelsIreland Track title: Arrival of Spring
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Travel Bug Robert - Cork, Ireland
 
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In this Travel Bug Robert episode, Robert travels to Cork, Ireland's second biggest city. It may not be as large as Dublin, but despite its size, Cork has plenty to see. Blarney Castle, the English Market, St. Anne's Church, the Butter Museum, and the nearby town of Kinsale will keep you busy sightseeing for days. See more travel videos at tripfilms.com
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Cork, Southwest Ireland - Unravel Travel TV
 
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Plan your holiday in Cork and Kerry in the South West of Ireland. There are miles of coastline and countryside for you to explore, with great walking, cycling and adventure holiday ideas. Discover the charms of Cork City, Blarney and West Cork or have fun with the family on a beach in Youghal. Experience North Kerry and its literary heritage, tour the scenic Ring of Kerry and Killarney, and enjoy a Gaeltacht experience on the Dingle Peninsula. Cork, Ireland http://www.discoverireland.ie/southwest Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltravel.eu Unravel Travel TV on Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/UnravelTravelTV
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Travel Bug Robert - Cork Butter Museum
 
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In this Travel Bug Robert episode, Robert travels to the Cork Butter Museum in Cork, Ireland. Museum curators rarely base exhibitions solely around dairy products, which makes the Cork Butter Museum unique, 'cause everything is about butter. The museum follows the history of butter in Cork, from the days of Irish kings to preindustrial manufacturing to the 20th Century when dairy farmers had to market their product to the world in the changing global economy. Learning about Cork's butter history provides a wonderfully unusual approach into learning about the entire history of Cork. The only downside: no butter samples. See more travel videos at tripfilms.com
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Cork & Dingle, Ireland: Along the Wild Atlantic Way
 
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Mickela continues along the Wild Atlantic Way in Cork to kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle, eat at the English Market, and then ends in Dingle for the annual Food Festival! On the way, she learns a bit of Irish, tastes the incredible local food, and dances with some new friends! Sponsored by Tourism Ireland (http://www.ireland.com/) and Failte Ireland (http://www.failteireland.ie/) Special thanks to Jeff Dobbins, John Harte, & Murphy's Ice Cream. Music by Scannal. ©2010-2014 Sauce & Liver Productions, LLC Bare Feet™ theme - 'Seven' by the Lemon Bucket Orkestra
River Lee Hotel, Cork, Ireland
 
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Very nice hotel
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Ireland Travel Part 4/7 Cashel, Cork
 
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Irland - Rundfahrt 2008 Südküste Cashel, Hafenstadt Cork
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Travel: Haydon Wood explores Cork
 
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Travel: Haydon Wood explores Cork.
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Travel Cork
 
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Cobh and the Tall Ship 2012
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Travel Bug Robert - Cork Food
 
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In this Travel Bug Robert episode, Robert visits several eateries in Cork, Ireland. Cork has many more food options than authentic Irish fare. Sure, you can get a Shepard's Pie or Fish and Chips, but they have kebab joints and progressive, UC Berkley-type eateries, too. Cork lives up to its urban surroundings. With different cultures melding within the same city, food options are varied, too. See more travel videos at tripfilms.com
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Our Visit to Fota Wildlife Park & Cobh, Cork
 
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We had a gorgeous, sunny day during our stay at the Radisson Blu, Cork. We took full advantage of the lovely weather and headed over to Fota Wildlife Park for the morning. After we enjoyed all of the cute animals we headed south to the stunning coastal town of Cobh. Both of which were a short drive from our hotel. I highly recommend a visit to both Fota Wildlife Park & Cobh because that lovely day was definitely one of my favorite days of our holiday. I would say that the sunny weather was a big help to our enjoyment because both locations were beautiful in the sunshine. ▶ Read More about our visit to Fota Wildlife Park & Cobh over on my blog: http://www.cuddlefairy.com/our-visit-to-fota-wildlife-park-cobh-cork ▶ Watch my Radisson Blu video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XACH-33y2Uc ▶ Watch More Videos Follow our Travels: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyn59p9UwGLqy9NjbFlB14etRJ0ot0nOA The Scenic West of Ireland: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyn59p9UwGLptCRuS0mOF5cdlCeC3xSOO Unboxing & Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyn59p9UwGLqj61zX4ttgAzLuX2sRY5Tl ▶ About Cuddle Fairy Cuddle Fairy is a parenting & lifestyle blog that is all about positivity! Whether I’m writing or creating videos, my focus is always about adding a little positivity to your day! Cuddle Fairy’s motto is: There’s positivity around every corner. My name is Becky, creator & author at http://www.cuddlefairy.com I’m a wife & mom to three kiddies. I’m from NY & now live in the West of Ireland with my family. Please subscribe, like, comment or share to support my channel. Thanks for stopping by & watching. Becky x ▶ Subscribe for more fun videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/CuddleFairy1 ▶ Follow Cuddle Fairy for more positivity TWITTER https://twitter.com/CuddleFairy FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/cuddlefairy INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/cuddle.fairy/ PINTEREST https://www.pinterest.com/cuddlefairy/ GOOGLE + https://plus.google.com/u/0/+CuddleFairy1 BLOG http://www.cuddlefairy.com This video is not intended as an endorsement of the product shown. I was not paid to show this product.
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Ireland Travel
 
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Ireland travel is about taking a journey into the magical. The rugged beauty of the land is matched only by the hospitality of the people. While taking a tour of Ireland you should always include time to travel West Cork. Many people travel Ireland to have a unique experience. Whether you go to see the jagged coastline pounded under the relentless power of the Atlantic Ocean, walk the paths, climb the rocky hills, fish from a quiet pier, sit on a sandy beach, take photographs of the Irish countryside or cycle the winding roads; a visit to the scenic area of West Cork is a must. For those interested in Ireland travel deals and tips, you will have no trouble finding something to suit you. One travel deal/tip you may not know about concerns the pub. If you are traveling with kids and don't want to buy soda, you can ask for tap water with flavored fruit syrups. This will save about $3 per small bottle of Coke or Pepsi, and the kids will enjoy it too! There are many Ireland travel packages available on-line. The types of trips available are really only limited by what you want. Many of the packages include all the things you need to enjoy your trip including air travel, car hire and lodging. These packages can be booked to cover a few days or even weeks. For more Ireland travel tips, visit my Ireland travel blog at: www.ireland-travels.com www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels Follow us @TravelsIreland Begin your tour of West Cork at Mizen Head, Ireland's most southwesterly point. The dramatic peninsula features Barley Cove beach and is highlighted by the Mizen Head Signal Station Visitor Centre. Be sure to look for seals lazily resting on the rocks below. The best pub in the entire world is located in the small village of Crookhaven. As you walk into O'Sullivan's Bar, the owner, Dermot O'Sullivan, will greet you with a friendly, "Hello boys and girls." What happens if you try to order a Guinness? You don't want to know. Go with the Murphy's; it's local and creamier! Possibly the most beautiful place in all of West Cork is Three Castle Head. The collection of three towers, built in 1207 by the O'Mahoneys, is a short hike from Dunlough Pier. The castles sit on cliffs, which offer views of the Atlantic Ocean, Mizen Head, Sheep's Head and the mountains of County Kerry. At the base of the castles is a lake. Irish legend holds that a lady haunts the lake while protecting the king's valuables that were thrown in to guard them from attackers. Between the villages of Goleen and Durrus, you will find the Coast Road. On this road is the well-preserved O'Mahoney Castle known as Dunmanus Castle. The castle was built in 1430 at the current location of Dunmanus Harbor. Views of the beautiful Irish countryside and Dunmanus Bay will have you reaching for your camera. Further along, near the village of Skibbereen is the area of Lough Hyne. Lough Hyne is a salt-water lake, fed by the tides, and is home to a varied collection of marine life. Above the lake are the walking paths of Knockamagh Wood Nature Reserve. The paths of the nature preserve lead you to commanding views of Roaringwater Bay, Baltimore harbor and Clear and Sherkin Islands. Up the coast, near the County Kerry border, is the fishing village of Castletownbere. The village is situated on the southern edge of the Beara Peninsula and is near the beginning of the southern portion of the Ring of Beara. Just out of town are the ruins of Dunboy Castle, which was destroyed by the English in 1602 after a 14-day siege. Leaving the West Cork area, head up to Bantry Bay, through Glengarriff and Kenmare up to the pride of County Kerry, Killarney. The town of Killarney is filled with a nice mix of nature and history. A visit to the Muckross area; including the house, abbey and gardens is very enjoyable. You can easily spend a full day taking in this incredible area. So, what is the best part of it all? You only have to park once as all these sites are within walking distance of each other. If you are heading back to Dublin, a stop in Cashel is very enjoyable. The Rock of Cashel is world-famous and awe inspiring. A little known abbey in Cashel is Hore Abbey that sits at the bottom of the hill in the shadows of the Rock of Cashel. Hore Abbey will be less crowded and will allow peaceful exploring without crowds. www.ireland-travels.com www.facebook.com/IrelandTravels Follow us @TravelsIreland May you truly enjoy the beautiful travel opportunities in this still largely undiscovered... yet beautiful country. Music Credits: Track title: The Bonny Boy
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County Cork, Ireland Video
 
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Pretty views of Blarney Castle in Cork, Ireland
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Cork, Ireland
 
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Downtown Cork
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CORK, IRELAND | TRAVEL VIDEO
 
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A quick montage of our weekend trip to Cork, Ireland. Follow along on social media: Twitter: @katyklopper Instagram: @katyklop Snapchat: @katyklop Facebook: Katy Klopfenstein http://www.katykphotography.com/blog-1
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Bus route 215 Cork City, Ireland, City centre to south-eastern suburbs as dusk falls.
 
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24/07/2015. On the "Bus Eireann" (national bus company) bus route 215, in Cork city as dusk begins to fall. Route 215 travels to and from the village of Blarney (of Blarney Castle fame) a few miles northwest of Cork city via the city centre to the relatively new shopping development of Mahon Point and the neighbouring residential area of Jacobs Island in the south-east city suburbs. Travel on public bus transportation in Irish cities is safe, comfortable and convenient. The video starts at South Mall, the city's so-called central business district finishing on Skehard Road, going via the suburb of Ballinlough. Video is taken from a front seat, upper level of a double decker bus. Double decker buses are typical on public transport routes in Cork, which is Ireland's second largest city and in Dublin, the capital. Video quality isn't ao great (yeah!), taken on a simple 7 inch Alcatel Onetouch tablet. Cheap and cheerful tablets. To avoid the occasional annoying squeaking noise, you might want to turn your volume down a little : ) Just a typical bus ride in a typical city.
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Travel and Food in Ireland, including Rachel Allen
 
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This video, featuring Irish restaurateurs and chefs (including TV chef Rachel Allen) looks at what makes the place so special when it comes to food and travel. When British travellers look overseas for a culinary experience, the first port of call would usually be across the channel to France. However, more and more food fans are finding that the journey across the Irish Sea leaves their stomach just as satisfied. Ireland has a growing reputation when it comes to cooking and this is reflected in the dishes found in restaurants and pubs from north to south. Not only are traditional favourites enjoying something of a revival, Irish cooking also has a strong modern aspect, as chefs from around the world bring their own methods to the Emerald Isle. There are also other great ways of mixing food in with a travel experience. Those who like the city life can taste the gastronomic heart of Cork and Galway thanks to two new food trails. Following the success of the first tasting trail in Dublin, the team at Fabulous Food Trails (www.fabulousfoodtrails.ie) have devised the two new city walks to take visitors off the beaten tourist track and into the local food halls, fruit and flower stalls, cheesemongers, fishmongers, butchers and bakers. Wannabe chefs can book in for class at the new cookery school, The Kitchen in the Castle (www.thekitcheninthecastle.com), located in the old Georgian kitchen at Howth Castle, just outside of Dublin. Classes range in length from a half a day to a full week and whilst the majority of courses are for adults, they also cater for children. Participants cook and then eat together around the kitchen table and the courses enable everyone from the complete beginner to the accomplished home cook, to gain inspiration and learn new skills. Whilst you're planning your trip to Ireland, why not check out one of the great deals and packages on offer around the country, viewable on www.discoverireland.com.
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"Ireland Road Trip - County Cork" Heather.romaine's photos around Cork, Ireland (travel pics)
 
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Preview of Heather.romaine's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-entries/heather.romaine/1/1266961375/tpod.html This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Learn more about these videos: http://www.travelpod.com/help/faq#youtube
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Cork Hillwalkers In Spain
 
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Cork Hillwalkers trip to the camino June 2015
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