Walking the Wicklow Way through Ireland

10th January 2014 - Rest of the World / travel | voyages

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Read in full at TheSouthAfrican.com: 

“The Emerald Isle has always been uncommonly kind to walkers and ramblers. Ireland’s spectacular landscape is less craggy than, say, Scotland, but no less dramatic, and the climate is much milder, even in winter. As another rainy weekend in London beckoned, it was the prospect of hearty pub lunches and big skies a very short Ryanair flight away that got the hiking gear out and packed and us into Dublin Airport – all in far less time than it takes to get ready for dinner party across town with vegetarian friends (because, as true Saffas, we have so far cooked and eaten emergency steaks before every evening at Sam and Ian’s*).”

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