I am wondering if someone out there can solve a disagreement that I and my girlfriend are having. She thinks that Ireland and northern Ireland are 2 separate countries. Meaning that if you travel through both of them it counts as being on 2 countries on a country count list. I believe that it counts as one in the same. So who is right? I know I am, however I want to give her proof!
Ireland vs. N. Ireland
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