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#161 Ireland's Little Ark
5:51In an era of religious oppression, one Irish priest found a way to circumvent the laws and inspire his congregation on the Loop Head Peninsula in County Clare. Music composed by Hicham Chahidi Library “Shine” & “Tendresse” royalty free music http://musicscreen.org/
#160 The Glory of Holycross
6:37Holycross didn't always have that name... until the arrival of a relic of the True Cross arrived it was known as the Church of the Eight Hands -- for rather gruesome reasons. There's a lot more to this church than you might notice on first glance, and I'm happy to tell you some highlights. Music composed by Hicham Chahidi Library Genval Style & Gregorian Song Style royalty free music http://musicscreen.org/
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#158 The Secrets of Timahoe
3:12In this episode I introduce you to a bit of the history and charms of Timahoe, County Laois, and sites nearby. If you go off the beaten path to visit Timahoe, you might consider some stops nearby, like climbing the impressive ruins of the Rock of Dunamase, touring the grand home and gardens at Emo Court, exploring the Slieve Bloom Mountiains, trekking along the Abbeyleix Bog Walk, and wandering the paths at Heywood Gardens.
#157 Downloading Offline Google Maps for Navigation in Ireland - AUDIO VERSION
1:51Whether it's because you don't have an international plan for your smartphone or you simply hit a deadzone, it's a good idea to download local maps to your phone before you get lost in Ireland. In this episode, I walk you through the "hidden" feature in Google Maps that lets you get directions even when you phone is in Airplane Mode. A video version is available at https://youtu.be/2pQZmdIqWfc Google Maps is available for free in both the Apple and Google Play Stores.
#156 Four Ways to Access the Internet in Ireland
6:17We've grown accustomed to around-the-clock internet access in our daily lives. That doesn't necessarily have to change when we travel in Ireland. Even if you're looking for occasional online check-ins, here are my tips for getting your devices connected on the Emerald Isle. Visit http://www.IrishFireside.com/wifi for more info.
Old Irish Traditions That Survive in Modern Ireland with Felicity Hayes-McCoy
59:37This special episode come from the Traveling in Ireland Podcast with Jody Halsted. I thought Irish Firesiders might enjoy the tales and tidbits shared by author Felicity Hayes-McCoy. More at https://irelandfamilyvacations.com/old-irish-traditions-with-felicity-hayes-mccoy-traveling-in-ireland-podcast/podcasts/
#154 Using Your Smartphone and Tablet in Ireland
13:36We've gotten used to carrying the internet in our pocket, but when it comes to mobile phones and tablets abroad, there are few things every traveler should know to avoid expensive bills or unusable connections. In this episode, I've got tips to keep you connected during your trip to Ireland. Show Notes: http://irishfireside.com/2018/02/15/154-smartphone-tablet-ireland/
Nollaig Shona Duit
6:01Lullaby for Caoilte is our Christmas tradition here at the Irish Fireside. Enjoy. FYI: Nollaig shona dhuit=Happy Christmas in Irish In the spirit of Christmas we bring you this song performed by our friends in Tipperary, Ireland – Sheelagh Chadwick, Kathleen Costello and Theresa Larkin. Merry Christmas everyone. It’s become a Christmas tradition for us to post this one every year.