Just had a look at the site.
me too, it's not Irish owned and they made many basic mistakes on their site e.g. Irish Whisky (no"E")
A friend said she was going there tomorrow, so I will pass on your recommendation for Jimmy Bradleys, thanks for the tip!
Do you speak Gaelic? it sounds interesting.
Every Irish national in Ireland must learn Irish in school.
Unfortunately the way most of us were taught was using the "Latin method" which is probably the worst method there is but that is changing with Irish T.V. and radio getting better and the general attitude towards learning it.
One of the impacts Poles had in emigrating to Ireland was showing Irish people what they had and since then, there has been a huge upsurge in learning Irish/ Before there were very few foreigners in Ireland, like Poland is now. (no doubt the trolls will twist that but to hell with the begrudgers, it's all good!)
Ireland's official languages are English and Irish, every public servant and sign has to be in both languages.
There are areas that only speak Irish, I got extra tuition from a lady who had to learn English when she moved to Dublin.
It really is a beautiful language, you might think I am bias and I may well be but it still doesn't stop me from thinking it's a beautiful language.