(10) IRE & ICE



IRE & ICE: Edmonton Wed, Mar 8, 2023 at Nait Shaw Theatre)

IRE & ICE: Vancouver Fri, Mar 17, 2023 at Langara A130 theatre)

IRE & ICE: Vancouver Thu, Mar 16, 2023 (will be added after Mar 17 sells out)

IRE & ICE: Langley Wed, Mar 21, 2023 at KPU auditorium!

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The Aran Islands are a close ferry ride that are super to see if you dont mind a slightly steep edge.

One of the loveliest falls in Iceland is not so commonly known. Super easy to access, but easily overlooked. This little gem is not to be missed!

I thought there was a chance this abandoned castle might be for sale. It not only was, it was sold. This is one big reno job!

Despite gale force winds this is one the the best short hikes I’ve seen. STEEP! But if 80 plus year old Maur can do this a couple times a week, you certainly can do it once 🙂

Belfast has what many consider the best accent there is. I tend to agree. Super friendly people, even when they might seem serious.

I have video in the show about how the trinity library works that is short but really interesting! No Dewey Decimals system here!

Sure you can find the big famous hot pools and spas, but I sure get a kick out of the tiny informal hot pots.

One of the nicest fellows I met in Dublin! Funny and wise too. The video in the show of James Patrick is a hoot.

Taken after being awake for 40 hours this group portrait inside of a fireplace seemed appropriate at the time.

Rock formations in Arnastapi on the Snaefellsness Peninsula include arches that seems quite impossible.

A real destination restaurant serving Amazing food, and even one food item you might need to be more daring to taste!

The dark hedges made famous by Games of Thrones are a rather pleasant wee walk in Northern Ireland

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The Dark hedges in Northern Ireland was made famous in Game of Thrones. Less ominous without the fog and a pleasant little photogenic wander.

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