The Engaging Ireland Podcast

Providing travel tips, guides to places of interest, interviews and all things Ireland – Hosted by Travis and Kathy Nelson

Episode 13 – All Ireland Travel Interview (Pt. 1)

Peter, Kemberlee, Travis and Kathy

Peter, Kemberlee, Travis and Kathy

All Ireland Travel website (Kemberlee and Peter’s website)

Peruse the site and check out the information related to travel to and within Ireland, as well as information about car rental and accommodation. As Kemberlee notes in our interview, the information/descriptions for many of the attractions and accommodations listed on the website were recently updated and expanded.

While you’re there, be sure to check out their blog. The link to it is found under “More Information” (select “blogspot”). You can also link to the Ireland Yahoo group from the website and sign up to join the discussions!

Dublin Pass and Ireland-at-a-Glimpse guides

Please visit the All Ireland Travel website for links to purchase these. They are also a great deal, if you are going to visit several of the places covered under each pass. Check the website to see if the places you are planning to visit are covered!

Lee Valley Clothing

We had lunch and conducted our interview with Peter and Kemberlee at the Lee Valley Retail Outlet in Inchigeela (west of Cork City just off the N22 on the R584), which just happens to have a lovely cafeteria upstairs.

Other things to do in the Inchigeela (or Inchigeelagh)/Lee Valley area

This is (yet another) lovely part of Ireland with a lot to offer the outdoors enthusiast.

OPW Heritage Card

The Heritage Card is a pass for entry to sites maintained and operated by the Office of Public Works in Ireland. You can purchase passes before you go to Ireland by downloading and completing the form (available at the website) and mailing it in with payment. Or you can just purchase the pass at the first OPW site you visit while in Ireland. (You may also pay per site if you don’t care to purchase the Heritage Card. You donât have to have a card to get into the sites.)

Check the online site while you’re planning your vacation to see how many of the Heritage Sites you might visit and the cost per each entry. Some sites cost as little as €2, while other sites cost as much as €11 (for Newgrange/Knowth/Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre).

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