Watch: Canadian couple documented their trip to Ireland and made us look amazing.
Are you well Ireland? 'Cause you're looking well.
Two Canadian tourists spent three weeks on the Emerald Isle we call home and managed to capture the best of what the country has to offer in a 2,653 km trip (which they've thankfully cut down to 19 minutes). It probably helped that the sun was out the entire time (which is completely false advertising) but we can't help but feel a little rush of pride when watching it. Bord Fáilte need to buy this footage ASAP.
Story by David O'Shaughnessy | 13:13 | Tuesday 23rd July 2013 | WTF
It's amazing the amount of things to see in your own country that you would never think of looking for.Posted 14:49 | Tue 23rd Jul 2013
Home sweet home... sure if we had great weather like this every summer you would never need to travel abroad again... Great video, you did us proud and such a sweet couple.. always smiling!!Posted 20:32 | Tue 23rd Jul 2013
Great video. You can share your comments with these guys here https://vimeo.com/69986476#Posted 22:03 | Tue 23rd Jul 2013
I just did a similar trip. 2 weeks, all the way around Ireland, all by myself. My only regret was that I couldn't capture the thrill of driving through the Irish countryside because I had both hands firmly clenching the wheel at all times. This video brought back such wonderful memories. Ireland is truly the most beautiful, magical place on earth!Posted 13:24 | Fri 26th Jul 2013
An absolutely amazing video. Has completely lifted my mood! Really made me feel proud to be able to say I am Irish. Great jobs guys, thanks so much for your inspiring work! :-)Posted 01:43 | Sat 27th Jul 2013
This should be used by the Tourism Board - Bord Failte - it truly shows Ireland even the weather. We have just completed Connemara, Kerry/Cork and Wexford/Waterford and Wicklow with visitors. Had a great time, good food and craic. This video represents all the best features.Posted 23:11 | Mon 29th Jul 2013
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