The first time I ventured out to the rugged sea side of Slea Head drive on the Dingle Peninsula I was nearly moved the tears. Sea foam giggled on long blades of neon grass kissed with the salty sea spray. The wind whipped my hair as waves crashed forcefully. I felt something in my bones, a feeling that I was home. Everyone feels at home in Ireland whether it is the welcoming gestures of locals or or a feeling in your soul.