Exploring the wild atlantic way in the west of Ireland. Along the journey we learned about Irish history and words:
Chill (pronounced kill) is the irish word for church.
Bally (irish baile) means town (of), and many towns still carry this in their names.
Finally, bun is the irish word for river and bo means cow.
We also learned that the Aran sweaters come from the Aran Islands, where they are traditionally made by the local women.Read more