Want to visit Ireland? Let’s go with Amna Malik!

  1. Why did you select Ireland for your holiday destination?

I decided to go to Ireland to spend time with my sister and my nieces as I hadn’t seen them in a long time and I’m a person who likes to keep in touch with my family.

  1. First impressions of the country while you toured?

My first impression was the country is very eco friendly and the Irish people in general are very welcoming.

  1. Which are the must-see places in the destination that you chose?

I would definitely recommend visiting Powerscourt in Wicklow as it’s a beautiful place. I found this very different from the hectic life here in Karachi.

  1. People travel to Dubai for shopping or to Nepal for a peaceful getaway. What is the specialty of Ireland? The differentiating feature?

Ireland is a great place to visit for a peaceful getaway along with some great scenery.

  1. Halal food abroad cannot be easily found. Did you face any difficulties? What did you do about it?

I didn’t find it difficult to find halal food as my sister already lives there as I’ve mentioned before.

  1. Deciding on what to spend on more (food, hotel or travelling) is a decision we all take. Which of these do you prefer to empty your pockets on?

Of course traveling, who wouldn’t.

 

  1. What did you enjoy most about your trip?

I really enjoyed getting to see the Irish culture and of course meeting my family.

  1. Any funny incident that took place on your trip?

We actually got stopped by the police to have an alcohol test when we were out celebrating Imran Khans win.

  1. What is the currency of Ireland? For those of us who haven’t been there.. how much would you suggest we have in pkr to spend a quality vacation?

The currency is Euro and to enjoy a holiday there I would say at least 60-70000 rupees.

  1. Did you travel in other places then Dublin?

Yes we went to Wicklow and Kildare some of the very known places in Ireland.

 

  1. Is there anything one should be prepared for when visiting Ireland? (excluding common factors like language barrier)

The weather is quite unpredictable so I would recommend to pack for all seasons lol.

 

  1. Did you bring any souvenirs with you?

 

I brought back a shamrock fridge magnet as that’s a very national symbol of Ireland.

 

  1. What is the one thing that you recommend others to try/experience in Ireland?

The Irish culture is very fascinating and that can be seen throughout the central Dublin city.

 

 

 



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