Daisy does all things Titanic in Belfast

The city of Belfast has already been transformed into all things Titanic, with a number of new exhibitions, tours and cruises being offered ahead of next year's centenary, and with my fondness for Le...

Daisy is fond of Fermangh

Travelling up to Northern Ireland, about three hours from Dublin, it the peaceful, idyllic Fermanagh Lakelands county and the town of Enniskillen.

Northern Ireland gearing for 2012

The Northern Ireland Tourism Board are in final planning stages for a big tourism push in 2012, expecting it to be one of their most profitable tourism years in decades.

Daisy gives Gaelic a go

I tend to find the best travel experiences come when one immerses themselves in the traditions of the country, so when in Ireland, or so the saying goes, I decided to mix Gaelic past with present and...

Daisy does Dublin by foot

One of the best ways to visit any city is by walking its streets, and Dublin is no exception offering a fantastic pedestrian view of the more interesting aspects of the historic Georgian town.

Daisy climbs the Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher maybe steeped in history and natural wonder, but my reason for traveling to Ireland's most visited natural attraction is its leading role in the blockbuster, Harry Potter and the ...

Daisy Kant get enough of Killarney

It is no surprise that Killarney, in the county of Kerry, is part of an iconic Ireland tour; after all, if it's good enough for the Queen of England to visit, it's good enough for me.