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St Patrick’s Day

St Patrick’s Day was first celebrated in America in 1737 by those of Irish descent and since then has become a holiday celebrated by all. In Ireland St. Patrick’s Day is a religious holiday.

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Whether you are Irish or not, St. Patrick’s Day is a great reason to meet up with some friends at your local pub to celebrate and drink green beer

How to pour the perfect Guinness:

A perfect pint of Guinness should always be a process of two halves and should take 119.53 seconds to create.
Pour the Guinness a fraction over half way of the pint glass and allow to rest until it has settled, then and only then should you top up the remainder of the glass, if your clever enough as you reach the top draw a “shamrock”

Wherever you are in the world celebrating St Patrick’s Day or if you are travelling to Ireland this year don’t forget to buy travel insurance, for a quote or to buy travel insurance for as little as £4.00 go to Holidaysafe.

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