Ireland

Everett Potter The Merrion occupies a row of four understated 18th century Georgian townhouses in Dublin with brass signage so discreet you might mistake it for that rare private investment firm that hadn’t lost its shirt during the Celtic Tiger years. While it’s in the heart of the Irish capital,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNjsFzyKJOI In October, Ireland will host the Adventure Travel World Summit (ATWS2014). I’ll be attending and exploring the West Coast, which Tourism Ireland has now designated the Wild Atlantic Way. I know the West Coast well, and the mountain scenery, wild ocean and endless outdoor activities are indeed reasons enough

Ireland will welcome the Adventure Travel World Summit 2014 in Killarney in October, a gathering of some 600 plus tour operators, destination specialists, journalists and others in the world of adventure travel. I will be attending but I had a chance this week to ask Rob Rankin, founder and owner

In less than two months, the  Adventure Travel World Summit 2014 kicks off in Killarney, Ireland. The country has exploded with adventure travel opportunities and one of the best of the newer companies is Vagabond Ireland, which offers a great way to get out and sea kayak, hike, bike and

  In the past decade, Ireland has become synonymous with adventure in Europe. I suspect my grandmother would find it hard to believe that her native Donegal is now the location of some of the best surfing on some of the biggest waves in the world. No doubt my grandfather

One of the best things about attending the Adventure Travel World Summit (ATWS)  every year is that I get to meet people who run small adventure travel companies from all over the globe. Now wait, this is not as absurd as it sounds. If you live in the United States,

By Everett Potter The phrase “Irish castle” covers a lot of ground — was the edifice in question really a castle, or just a grand retreat for an Anglo-Irish family — but it strikes a chord in many Americans, of Irish descent or not. Ashford Castle in County Mayo was