Thing’s I Miss About Ireland Since Being In The United States

It’s been almost two years since I left Ireland, and it’s hard to believe how quickly time has flown by. Although I love living in the United States, there are certain things that I miss about my home country. Trying to find familiar comforts in a new place can be a challenge. While there’s one major thing that I miss the most, I won’t mention it in this blog post. Instead, I’ll focus on the other things that I’m missing about Ireland.

The People

Irish folks are widely known for their remarkable friendliness. Whether you’re lost in an unfamiliar town or in need of a warm smile on a typically drizzly day, the Irish are dependable in boosting your mood. Even the neighborhood bartender is likely to strike up a conversation with you over a cold pint.

The Natural Beauty

Ireland boasts a wealth of stunning landscapes, from the Wicklow Mountains to the Cliffs of Moher. Even in the busy metropolis of Dublin, there are ample green spaces to enjoy, such as Phoenix Park and the peaceful River Liffey, which divides the city into North and South Dublin. Just a short distance from the city lies Dun Laoghaire, a charming seaside town with picturesque views of the ocean.

Easy Travels

Ireland has a highly efficient transportation system that makes every corner of the country easily accessible. Whether it’s Irish Rail or Bus Eireann, you can easily travel from one end of the country to the other, taking only about four hours. This means that most cities and attractions can be visited as day trips, making it convenient for travelers to explore the country.


For those who love shopping, Ireland has plenty to offer. In Dublin, Grafton Street is a must-visit destination for those looking for the best shops in the city. Other cities in Ireland also have their own unique shopping experiences, such as the Waterford Crystal in Waterford city. In North Dublin, Henry Street offers quality yet affordable clothing boutiques, while the ILAC shopping center is a great option for those on a budget.

The Food

No trip to Ireland is truly complete without indulging in its delicious cuisine, especially a full Irish breakfast. From classic fish and chips to mouth-watering Irish burgers, or even a warm and buttery morning scone, every city in Ireland offers a variety of delectable options, each with their own unique twist.


  • Kilmeaden Cheese.
  • Galaxy Chocolate.
  • How easy it is to go to the store.
  • The Fact Ireland has no guns.
  • The one nice day of the year!

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Love, Bee xxx

2 thoughts on “Thing’s I Miss About Ireland Since Being In The United States

  1. Thank you for sharing your personal experience on the things you miss about Ireland since being in the United States. Your descriptions of the lush landscape, culture, and people of Ireland are vivid and heartwarming. Your tips on finding comfort in the traditions and familiarities of home while adapting to a new environment are helpful reminders for anyone who finds themselves in a similar situation. Looking forward to reading more of your work

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