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    traveling to the republic of ireland

    evening all ,

    just a quick question , do i need a passport to fly into the reblic of ireland ?

    ive got a passport its just out of date

    im taking part in a swap a talk and will be flying into dublin !

    cheers lee

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    yes lee you do i am going next month.

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    cheers chris ,

    im should be off to county wicklow to have a little peek at some of those crafty sika stags

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    Actually if you are travelling from the UK to the ROI I don't think you need a passport in terms of immigration, I've made the journey something like 50 times and have never been required to produce one for immigration purposes. You will however need either a passport or some other photo-identification to get on a plane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leec6.5 View Post
    cheers chris ,

    im should be off to county wicklow to have a little peek at some of those crafty sika stags
    2 Fallow Buck's Friday evening ???????? grass field within 10min's of being there oh smurfy was on the phone to night chopping at the bit Just hope there is a Roe Buck an Munty about ??? and i never showed you those Pic's

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    You should only require photo ID to get on the flight - ie your driving license for eg. Passport is not required.
    Brian.

    Just because you are paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you......

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    Quote Originally Posted by leec6.5 View Post
    cheers chris ,

    im should be off to county wicklow to have a little peek at some of those crafty sika stags
    Lee,

    Let me know how you go....I've always fancied County Wicklow for Sika stags and would be interested in hearing how you get on?

    ATB

    cheers
    50/50

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    I'm back over in Wicklow for the Sika stags again in October, staying at the Glenmalure Lodge and slogging the hills and bogs with some Irish mates...how the Irish manage to get a bog to stay on a 45 degree slope on top of a mountain is a mystery to me, but they do, because I've fallen into every one of them!

    And how do those deer know exactly where the boundary of the National Park is and stay just on the safe side when there's no bloody fence to tell them?!

    I think that Sika stalking in Wicklow is probably the best hunting in the world.

    A.

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    Hi lee you will need a passport as two of my friends from ireland was over last month and both was asked for passports each airport

    gadget

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    thanks lads ,

    getting the forms on monday to get sorted asap ! first legs on me in the morning so lets hope the roe are playing ball !

    cheers lee

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