Destinations Magazine

The Grass is Greener

By Coreyamaro

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Guess where I am going?

 

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Boreens,backroads,ireland

 

The back roads in Ireland, the tiny unmarked ones that weave through the countryside lined by hedges, stone walls or fences, are called: Boreens. If you do not know your way around, it is nearly impossible to go from one point to another without becoming lost for a few hours or the rest of your life.

 

Country back roads cork ireland

 

My friend Carrie lives on such a boreen, and if she hadn't spent most of her childhood there, she would be lost too.

 

Stone house, Boreens,back roads,ireland



 

Boreens,back roads,ireland

 

Since most of the country around Cork is hilly, imagine a patchwork comforter cover fluffed up and they spread out over a bunch of boulders, walking along the boreens is good exercise, and risky, due to the random car and faithful cow dog.

 

Colorful ireland

 

Walking I will be doing as I going to go see Carrie tomorrow!

The Grass is Greener
 
The Grass is Greener
 
The Grass is Greener
 
The Grass is Greener
 
The Grass is Greener
 
The Grass is Greener
  

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