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Driving Ireland

Two weeks, one thousand seven hundred kilometers and countless amounts of Guinness.

Follow my husband and I on our road trip through coastal Ireland, the way it was meant to be seen.

filmmaker: Johnson

country: Ireland

channel: adventure

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