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Alcohol – $144.57
Alcohol is cheap and plentiful on the Emerald Isle. Of course when I travel with friends I indulge a little more than if I were alone, but at a price of less than $10 a day this wasn’t a huge expense.
Car Rental and Gasoline – $294.75
The car rental and gasoline added a significant cost to the trip, but seeing the gorgeous Ring of Kerry, Cliffs of Moher, and Dingle Peninsula without being constrained to a tour bus made these few dollars easy to part with.
Other costs – $168.75
The occasional taxi and entrance fees for castles and historic sites make up the remainder of the cost breakdown for this trip. Since much of the trip was spent on a self-guided road trip tour, this was kept low.
Total Cost – $2082.95 before flight, $2992.18 including flight
At $115.72/day on average excluding flight, Ireland was quite the expensive country to visit. Considering all of the experiences that we managed to pack into those 18 days, the price is not unexpected. I could have cut down my expenses in a few places, most notably the alcohol, phone and car rental costs, but then I wouldn’t have had all of the wonderful experiences and memories that I did. For a quick trip to Ireland I wouldn’t have it any other way.