Donegal in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... through the fact that signposts can be in kilometres or in miles. The roads can meander, twist and turn so bring a decent map with you too, lest you want to go and get yourself lost. Getting lost is sometimes a hell of a lot of fun in Donegal, as it happens. Also bring clothes for all weathers, 'cos you never know what you are going to get up there, the weather today is not necessarily any indication what it will be like tomorrow or even in five minutes time. Inishowen is possible the most scenic part of Ireland and the tiny village of Malin, twice winner of the national Tidy Town award, provides a scenic base to explore the North... more
Customer Donegal in General Reviews (2)
by - written on 04/03/03, updated on 22/05/05 (Very useful, 707 readings)
The problem with Donegal is its location, while there are plenty of tourist visitors who manage to reach Ireland's most Northerly County every year, there just aren't enough who bother to travel that far. But what these people are missing is the finest county in Ireland. Before I deliver my little guide to Donegal, I should probably admit to at least a small amount of bias stemming from the fact that I was born there. Just so you know? Some of you may not know where Donegal is (heaven forbid that you?ve never heard of it!). It is situated in the North West of the country and borders Derry and evil Tyrone to the East and little Leitrim to the South. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/01, updated on 18/11/02
The highlands eh! Breathtaking scenery, fresh air, friendly natives, great pubs, mountains, lakes, mountain-lakes even. Yes, the highlands is a wonderful place indeed. Oh, sorry, yes you're right of course, this opinion is about Donegal not Scotland, but did you know that the highlands of Ireland have everything that the Scottish Highlands have - all of it and then some! Ireland in general is great. I like Dublin, I've been there a few times, but never for very long. I love County Cork and County Clare. County Kerry has the most beautiful scenery anywhere in the world. I get a chill up my spine standing gazing at the wonder of the Giants Causeway in ... Read the complete review
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