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What do people like (and dislike) about Ireland?

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When we asked expats and global nomads what they like and dislike about living in Ireland, they replied...

"When we explored our new home country, taking pictures of all we found so incredibly beautiful we realized the area where we finally settled was our most photogenic. When we explored going from rental property in our first residence to purchasing elsewhere we found a tremendously beautiful condominium on the river available and affordable. We have lived in our purchased place for almost two of the five years in country and have absolutely no dislikes. We can walk beautiful nature trails along the river, walk to all amenities the town offers such as restaurants, pubs, takeaway, grocers and pharmacies, banks, varied shops. Most days we watch dozens of species of wild birds flock to our feeders, our views include, deer, cattle, sheep and numerous heritage boats and sports craft going by. Every person we see has a smile and a wave and simple short walks to town often evolve into lengthy good conversations (the Craic)," explained one expat living in Ballyconnell, Ireland.

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"Outside of Clifden Galway, it was out in the country with mountains and seascapes, it was what I wanted quiet and nature. I would make a trip to Clifden once and week to do what was needed as far as groceries , or hardwares and would make a day of it which included visits to local restaurants and bars for entertainment. This was very satisfying and met my needs," said another expat in Galway, Ireland.

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