• NAME: David lock
  • Country: England Date: Sat Sep 27 00:03:20 2003
  • Comment: Great web site Peter. It has wetted the appitite for our visit next month.


  • NAME: James Wood
  • Country: USA Date: Mon Sep 15 02:02:05 2003
  • Comment: Our son arrived around 9:00am on Monday to serve with InternInternational in northern Ireland. We're looking forward to hearing from him and seeing how he likes the climate in your part of the world. He's used to California's warm climate. He has come to be a witness for Jesus Christ and we're praying for him daily.


  • NAME: Peter (editor)
  • Country: Ireland Date: Fri Aug 22 12:57:10 2003
  • Comment: Thank you all for your lovely comments about the site. I hope you enjoy your visit or have fun planning a visit to Ireland. If you can't make it, then have a look at the "Sayings" page for a good laugh! The web address is linked to the 'Homepage'. Peter


  • NAME: Norma Linda Mackey
  • Country: Tucson, Arizona Date: Wed Aug 20 07:42:34 2003
  • Comment: This is a wonderful site. At the time of signing this guest book, I haven't finished reading it all. So I will be back, that's for sure.


  • NAME: Ryan Healy
  • Country: Seattle, WA Date: Tue Aug 5 22:23:01 2003
  • Comment: Great website. Very down-to-earth and useful information. Keep up the great work!


  • NAME: Tim Knight
  • Country: Alabama, USA Date: Thu Jul 31 02:53:30 2003
  • Comment: Excellent, entertaining, and very informative site! :) I couldn't help but notice that many (most?) of the Irish sayings are also very common in the South Eastern U.S., particularly in rural areas. Keep up the great work! ;)


  • NAME: Pam
  • Country: America Date: Tue Jul 15 18:29:04 2003
  • Comment: Hoping to live and work in Dublin someday soon. Love the city

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