The culture from the island of Ireland has spread across the world like few others. For a small island, it’s at the forefront of our imaginations for a variety of reasons. It’s the land of castles and bards and leprechauns, where four-leaf clovers abound and the person you sit next to at the pub may be the century’s next literary light. It’s given us modern marvels like the Titanic and Ulysses, and contains primordial wonders like Giant’s Causeway and the Cliffs of Moher. It’s a culture where stories are valued, and we want to hear the story of your connection with the island of Ireland.
Even if you haven’t been yet, chances are you don’t have to look very far to find a version of this culture in your hometown. Whether it’s family history or your local Irish pub, a favorite literary character or a four-leafed clover, we want to see what aspect the culture you appreciate the most.
This week, we are teaming up with @TourismIreland to give away a trip! The Grand Prize Winner* will choose their favorite travel companion and embark on a 2 person, 6 day trip to the island of Ireland, as well as receive a 16×16 inch canvas print of his or her winning photo.
1) Post a photo or video that fits this week’s theme. Tag @passionpassport and #PPLoveIreland and #LoveIreland in your caption so that we can view your entry.
2) Include a caption about what was personally memorable or significant about your photo/video. Note that the winner always has a write-up for their photo/video (link here for inspiration from previous winner’s write-up).
Submit as many entries as you like between Monday, January 26th and 11:59pm EST on Saturday, January 31st. Note: you cannot simply “tag” an older photo/video; you must post or repost during the challenge period.
The potential winner and potential honorable mentions will be announced on Sunday, February 1st here on passionpassport.com and on our Instagram channel.
*Please read through additional Terms and Conditions specific to this challenge regarding eligibility.
Tourism Ireland provides details and guidance for travelers planning trips to Ireland and Northern Ireland. The official website of the Tourism Office of Ireland, they have information on events, accommodations, and itineraries for trips throughout the country from Dublin to the Wild Atlantic Way.