Instagram me like one of your Irish landscapes
Apparently our hostels are hotbeds of spontaneous fiddle playing, singing and touring choirs. There is probably a lad sitting in a tractor playing the uileann pipes as he carts turf from one spot to the next. Neither is the culture limited to the rural hostels where you might expect this sort of random carry-on. You cannot go down any street in our cities now without coming across graffiti artists and yarnbombers using the side of the road as their own personal canvas. Not that we ever get to see it. Everytime we visit the hostels we get a tour of the kitchen and the new toilets. Thanks lads.
This is even better! #snaphappy #weirdpose #exploreireland #photographer #waitarethosecrocs A post shared by Kate Cowan (@cowankate) on
#cong Hostel today, can’t wait to watch the #quietman later in their cute cinema! #hiireland #connemara A post shared by Youth Hostels In Ireland (@anoigehostels) on
Next time you are staying in hostels in Ireland and you want to keep us informed of what sort of craic you are having, just use #HiIreland and we will be able to see what we are missing as we sit in High Command in Dublin.
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