Currently off on a 10 day break to Ireland and looking at doing the Wild Atlantic Way (mostly West and South West coast) Thought id start a little thread containing a daily update to help/encourage others and also allow others to add hint tips and advice as we go along. Got the van ready during the week and even had enough time to do a quick stop at the local weight bridge, with everything packed, water, bedding, clothes, food, bikes and half a tank of fuel she weighs in at 2.66 tonnes so a T28 would be close. Set of this morning at 0630 from Hereford heading to Holyhead. Caught the 1130 ferry to Dublin. Off the ferry and headed straight for the Guinness factory for a tour. Can anyone spot the van in this photo? View from floor 7 the bar with 360 degrees of views over Dublin. Stayed 20mins away from the Guinness factory at a campsite called Camac Valley. one touring van, hook up, 2 adults, one night 30euros. The campers themselves were a mixture of nationalities and all kept themselves to themselves. You aren't allocated a plot by staff you just look and see what's available as you drive around. Free wifi all over the park. van is fantastically simple to set up and the beers were out within 15 mins of arrival as all jobs were complete (awning, thermal screen, water, hook up etc.) Tomorrow is a drive across Ireland to Galway were we will pick up the WAW and start heading south. No idea where camp is tomorrow but we shall see. beauty of the van... Todays question: 1. Kenwood headunit with Garmin nav built in, How do you enter Irish post codes? The ones I enter are apparently too long, I have European maps loaded. The maps know all the speed limits and road names just doesn't recognise post codes, searching street names only brings up ones in the UK.