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[Irish Castle Magic]
March 12, 2022

I hope you are staying well and are getting ready to celebrate St. Patrick's Day this year! Tourism Ireland proclaims that the "Craic is Back." That means fun and enjoyment and good times for all.

Travel to Ireland is increasing as many restrictions are lifting. Wouldn't a visit be wonderful! It may be time to start planning a trip.

Get warmed up by toasting St. Patrick on March 17th. Did you know that St. Patrick's real name is said to have been Maewyn Succat?

It is believed that St. Patrick died in the year 461 and his burial place is widely accepted to be at Down Cathedral, Downpatrick, Northern Ireland.

I had the good fortune to visit the site. I hope you will visit one day, too.

If you are looking for a gift for a friend or even for yourself, you might want to consider my products to remind you, your friends and your family of Ireland:

Keep your wine or another favorite beverage cold or hot in this Insulated Bottle and Cups Set featuring a subtle Celtic Design.

Click here to see the bottle and cups for sale on Amazon.

Record your memories, thoughts and dreams in this beautiful leather journal. The Celtic knot design will remind you to plan your next trip to Ireland. Click here to see more details on Amazon.

Take everything you need with you on your day hike or on your travels around town. This fanny pack allows you to be hands-free and sports a Celtic symbol.

Click the link to see the fanny pack on Amazon:


Enjoy your St. Patrick's Day week while celebrating St. Patrick and the Irish!

I hope you are able to visit Ireland soon; it's a gorgeous place with wonderful people. In the meantime, please visit my website for a taste of the Republic and Northern Ireland. You will find tips and advice for booking your trip and photos to enjoy while you wait. I look forward to seeing you again soon.


All the best,


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