The weather in Ireland - Ammar's Perspective!
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The weather in Ireland – Ammar’s Perspective!

06 Dec The weather in Ireland – Ammar’s Perspective!

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The weather in Ireland was very difficult for me during the first days, because I arrived in Ireland in the first days of winter, it was very cold because it was 5°C degrees.

WALKING IN A WINTER WONDERLAND: After a busy festive season there is no better way to clear away the Christmas cobwebs than heading outdoors and taking advantage of some of the wonderful winter walks on offer, such as the Sperrins (pictured) according to the Northern Ireland Tourist Board (NITB). Whether it’s a short stroll along the banks of a river, a refreshing walk along the beach or a challenging trek up a mountain, Northern Ireland has something to suit everyone. For further information on winter walks in Northern Ireland click on www.discovernorthernireland.com

Some people told me “It’s not cold but it will be cold”, but it was very cold for me, as in my country in winter it is 20°-30°C degrees and in summer 40°-50°C degrees.

With the passing of the became colder and colder but I adapted with this weather.

I prefer the cold weather to the rain, and finally I would like to say I like Ireland especially the weather.

 

River Bann in winter, upstream from Katesbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland, UK, December 2000ammar-4

3 Comments
  • Maura Mc Veigh
    Posted at 13:13h, 06 December Reply

    One thing about Irish weather: there is lots of it and many different kinds!

  • chee jine
    Posted at 12:52h, 20 January Reply

    I know how was the feel and you post the picture it’was fantastic!!!

  • Ammar
    Posted at 00:13h, 01 February Reply

    Sorry what I was mean it is in winter

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