My First Trip to Ireland: Travel Film

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This was my first time in Ireland. It happened to be my honeymoon, but we did not sit still. We were on a mission to explore this gorgeous, green country. Tag along with my wife and I from the international streets of Dublin to the breathtaking Dingle Peninsula and beyond. We stayed in a castle, road horses, hung out with falcons, visited the Guinness Storehouse, ate the best ice cream we’ve ever had, hiked along the legendary Cliffs of Moher, and enjoyed some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. If you have any questions about our trip or the making of this film, be sure to comment and let me know. Considering the length of this film, I highly recommend viewing on a TV or hands-free device if possible. Hope you enjoy! Thanks for traveling with us.

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LOCATIONS:

Dublin – 0:35
Dawson Hotel
Stephen’s Green – 1:41
Ladurée – 2:39
The Bank Bar & Restaurant – 2:52
The Temple Bar – 3:03
Vintage Cocktail Club – 3:51
Sam’s Night Club – 4:34

Carluccio’s Cafe – 5:10
Trinity College – 5:27
Guinness Storehouse – 6:15

Galway – 9:36
Frenchville House B&B – 9:45, 11:13, 17:30
O’Reillys – 10:27
Tigh Nora Bar – 10:51

Horse Trek – 11:33
Linnane’s Lobster Bar – 14:29
Cliffs of Moher – 15:00
View from the Doolin Pier – 17:05
Tig Colli Pub – 17:15

Adare – 19:14
Castleisland – 19:31
Ballyseede Castle – 19:47

Connor’s Pass – 22:08
Dingle – 22:35
PAX Guest House – 22:42
The Fish Box Restaurant – 23:07
Falconry Experience – 23:21
Global Village Restaurant – 25:28
Dingle Pubs – 25:35

PAX Guest House Breakfast – 26:00
The Dingle Peninsula / Slea Head – 26:54
Murphy’s Ice Cream – 29:13
Killarney Plaza Hotel And Spa – 29:42

Ross Castle – 30:06
Killarney National Park – 31:01
Downtown Killarney – 32:33
Gaby’s Seafood Restaurant – 32:43

Torc Waterfall – 33:28
Muckross House & Gardens – 34:33
Aghadoe Resort & Spa – 35:45

Gap of Dunloe – 37:11
Rock of Cashel – 39:53
Killashee Resort & Spa – 40:44

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Osiris 6 says:

Did you come up to Northern Ireland?

sjgmng says:

Can you please tell me the song that started playing at 5:33 ? It was so beautiful! And amazing video 🙂

Inside Gear says:

i love Ireland (^o^)

Lisa Syleen, Rayschel says:

I really enjoyed your video. Congratulations on your union. Thankyou for sharing

tinchina85 says:

What an AMAZING video! I've been many of the places you visited and it just wants me to plan a return trip!

Mae Fundador says:

It is my dream to come visit Ireland. One day with my best friend we will be able to explore there. Wonderfully done.

Tourist says:

Marvelous travel documentary, lovely couple & beautiful views. Awesome!

Crux Ave says:

Brilliant. Love this video on your trip to Beautiful Eire.

Nancy T says:

Stunning video! You're very talented at capturing the beauty of Ireland! You certainly accomplished some amazing experiences on your honeymoon!

Paul Murray says:

Go Raibh Mile Maith Agaibh, Thank you both for showing ME how beautiful my country is. Sometimes familiarity leads to taking it for granted.

Michelle Jaroux says:

Just discovered this, Ireland is definitely on the top of my travel list (and the flight is only 1.5 hours from me). I love the quality of your footage and editing!

Josephine Maguire says:

The Rock of Cashel is not a castle. It's a Cathedral….. Sorry.
Next time try Wexford to Cork… Its insane

Geraldine Butler says:

Our home is breathtaking

a. kramer says:

What a great movie!

Larry Cook says:

I actually edited it to 2014. Lol.

Larry Cook says:

Great video. We did 12 days back in 2014. Loved it

Christina Vicky, i.H.R CIS Register says:

Nice days you have had. Thank you for publishing, very beatifull places. Best wishes for you both…

L. K. says:

who'd actually love to ride a horse in Ireland?????

Wicker Man says:

And you did not visit Waterford? the oldest city in Ireland?

JohnMc says:

just spent the whole morning watching Colorado and Ireland AGAIN!! can't get enough. one question..did you go to Galway because of the ed sherran song ??

Simon McGrath says:

Second time watching this. Incredible footage. Love it.

Boston Mike says:

Really nicely shot! Can I ask you what camera you used for the main footage? I just got back from Ireland myself, saw the ruins of the cottage my grandfather was born in way off the coast of Connemara. Beautiful country!

TheBigmick33 says:

Westport County Mayo pretty town and a great base for hill walking, island hopping, mountain climbing, fishing trips, great western greenway (45k cycleway), horse riding on the beach, exploring castles stately homes, numerous restaurants etc

Victoria Avila says:

What was the name of the horse back riding company/guy?

clynchie says:

Stunning video, you captured the Irish landscape, culture, food and people well.. Hope you and your bride are as happy in your long life together as you appear to be here.

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