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Hi!! We are a slightly crazy Spanish couple, crazy to leave the comfort of our home in Spain and try to fulfill our dream of living and working in Ireland. Since March our jobs are temporarily suspended (we work in hospitality, kitchen and cleaning respectively)
We have been here living in our motorhome for 10 days, we are currently near Wexfor and we are looking for an area where we can stay for a long time, near a city or town with supermarkets, pubs, hotels and restaurants to have the option of learning English and working.
If you know a safe and cheap area to park for a long time we would be grateful,
we have used google translator sorry for the mistakes and thank you for accepting us in this great family.

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You could try here

Coral Gables B&B, Tagoat , Wexford. This brand new Aire is worth a visit. The Aire attached to this B&B, 7 hard standing pitches with EHU and water supply,

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Hi!! We are a slightly crazy Spanish couple, crazy to leave the comfort of our home in Spain and try to fulfill our dream of living and working in Ireland. Since March our jobs are temporarily suspended (we work in hospitality, kitchen and cleaning respectively)
Hi, Can you inform us where in Ireland your employment was due to commence? This is so we don't offer advice somewhere that is not appropriate.

We have been here living in our motorhome for 10 days, we are currently near Wexfor and we are looking for an area where we can stay for a long time, near a city or town with supermarkets, pubs, hotels and restaurants to have the option of learning English and working.
Does it matter where in Ireland you wish to stay?, so long as it meets your criteria for a town/city with shops etc.

If you know a safe and cheap area to park for a long time we would be grateful,
we have used google translator sorry for the mistakes and thank you for accepting us in this great family.
You'll probably need to reach an agreement with a landowner or someone willing to let you stay on property in order to avail of a cheap rate. Any commercial operation will be prohibitively expensive for a long term. Your English is pretty good, don't worry about that just yet, get sorted with some strategy for affordable park up and maybe other employment in the short term. All very difficult at the moment with the ongoing Covid-19 situation..

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thanks for the advice, we have no preferences for any place in ireland as we do not know it. Arriving by ferry through Rosslare we decided to stay in the same county due to mobility restrictions until the end of the lockdown, but then we only know that Dublin is not for living.
the southern areas perhaps have a milder climate?
and will the work be limited to summer only?
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In Midleton in County Cork, there is a motorhome Parking place in the town centre with public transport links to the city of Cork.
The Parking is free and it would be tolerated to stay for more than the official 48 hours, I have seen a motorhome there for a number of weeks. The place has free water and grey water disposal, there is a public toilet which is coin-operated where it is possible to empty a cassette if you ignore the sign which says it is forbidden.
THIS LINK will show you the place.
During business hours the place is often full with cars, it is best to arrive after the local businesses have closed to find a good space to stay in.

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