Travel Theme: Names in Ireland

We have our first lesson in Irish in the Ballycastle Tourist Office where Siobhan explains that her name is pronounced ‘Shivonne’.We have our first lesson in Irish in the Ballycastle Tourist Office where Siobhan explains that her name is pronounced 'Shivonne' A sign explaining the name of Carnlough, a small town on the Coastal Causeway Route of Ireland, UK.A sign explaining the name of Carnlough, a small town on the Coastal Causeway Route of Ireland, UK Sign explaining how Bloody Foreland got its name.Sign explaining how Bloody Foreland got its name Adrienne paints her name on a rusting shipwreck on the Aran Island of Inisheer in Ireland.Adrienne paints her name on a rusting shipwreck on the Aran Island of Inisheer in IrelandA local craft butcher gives the names of the farmers who provide their lamb and beef. (Sneam, Ireland)
A local craft butcher gives the names of the farmers who provide their lamb and beef (Sneam, Ireland) A ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ road sign on the Inishowen Peninsula in Ireland. We had some problems in this area as the names of many places were usually in ‘Irish’ and didn’t cross-reference with our map or GPS.A Wild Atlantic Way road sign on the Inishowen Peninsula in Ireland Speaking of Irish names here’s a famous one!Having a Guinness beer in DublinHmmm, how do you pronounce this?A 'Gneas' Beer in Dingle, IrelandWe found a ‘Fairy Tree’ on Killary Harbour Drive.
We found a 'Fairy Tree' on Killary Harbour Drive in IrelandMore on names from the Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Name.

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