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Marissa Pedersen Tells Us How She Found Her Irish Relatives

Have you ever dreamed of looking up your relatives in another country? That’s just what our guest did, and she’s going to tell us all about it.

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Marissa and her husband Derek visiting the Giant's Causeway.
Marissa and her husband Derek visiting the Giant’s Causeway.
The Dark Hedges.
The Dark Hedges.

Show Notes

04:00 – Marissa’s background and applying for dual citizenship

07:00 – Driving tips for Ireland

11:15 – Getting around Ireland

17:45 – Things to do in Ireland

24:30 – What to eat in Ireland

27:20 – Travel planning tips for Ireland

31:15 – Favorite Irish memories

Marissa visits the Guinness Factory.
Marissa visits the Guinness Factory.

Worth Mentioning

Marissa’s Website – Wander Around Ireland

Irish Citizenship Website

Ireland Tourism

The Dingle Peninsula.
The Dingle Peninsula.
The Rope bridge at Carrick-a-Rede.
The Rope bridge at Carrick-a-Rede.

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