IrishCentral Facebook contest winner plans to experience Irish local culture during dream trip
Our big winner is looking forward to eating lamb, dancing a jig in a local pub, and drumming on a beach in Ireland
IrishCentral are delighted to announce another winner. Antoinette Leal and her husband, Nery, are excitedly planning her first trip to Ireland having won a free trip through our recent Facebook competition.
Leal told IrishCentral she feels Irish in her heart and still can’t believe she won. An IrishCentral reader, she simply spotted the contest on the site, liked IrishCentral’s Facebook page and entered.
Our lucky winner is now planning her first trip to Ireland in late spring. Leal and her husband plan to stay for seven to ten days and take in as many sights as possible.
She told IrishCentral, “We will most likely be renting a car and set off on our own tour of Dublin, Kilkenny, Wicklow, Cork, Kerry, and Clare.
“We plan on staying in local B&Bs to experience the local culture and maybe splurge for a night or two and stay in a castle.”
She continued, “The three things I am looking forward to the most are eating lamb every day, having a wee bit too much to drink and dancing a jig in a local pub, and drumming on a beach at sunrise.”
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