Climbing Croagh Patrick

Climbing Croagh Patrick is something that I always wanted to do. Croagh Patrick which is nicknamed ‘The Reek’ is a mountain in County Mayo. The mountain is 764m (2,507ft) tall and is the third highest mountain in Mayo after Mweelrea and Nephin (but is undoubtedly the most popular!). Located roughly 8km from Westport, Croagh Patrick…Continue Reading “Climbing Croagh Patrick: The Full Guide”

A Weekend In County Cork

Kinsale is such a beautiful little town at the coast of County Cork. I think when it comes to The Wild Atlantic Way, Cork gets a small bit left out of the party. I think this is partly due to it being at the end of the route and also with the others such as…Continue Reading “A Weekend In County Cork”

The Pier at Inis Mor

My friends and I were planning on taking a trip to Malta and thought, you know what, why not explore the Aran Islands off Ireland instead?! So with that in mind we ended up staying in Doolin, Clare for two nights and ventured out to the largest of the Aran Islands, Inis Mor on the…Continue Reading “Exploring Doolin & The Aran Islands”

Visiting Donegal

Ireland is considering a relatively small country, so I think you would be surprised to learn just how many of us neglect travelling our emerald isle and seek adventure further afield. This is one of the reasons why it took me so long to venture as far as Donegal. Donegal is one of the most…Continue Reading “Two Day Donegal Itinerary”

Travel Hacks & Deals

I think it is a given that at twenty four, I wouldn’t have been able to have visited thirty countries without being a little savvy with how I spend my money travelling. If you’re not a picky traveller, these travel hacks will work wonders on saving your bank account before you go abroad. Whether you…Continue Reading “Travel Hacks To Find The Best Deals Before Travelling”

5 Dates In Dublin

I don’t actually actively ‘celebrate’ Valentines day but with February the 14th just around the corner it got me thinking about all of the wonderful activities that are available in Dublin. There is so much to see and do in the Irish capital, so here are some of the more quirky ways that you can…Continue Reading “Five Dates To Do In Dublin”

Twelve Reasons To Visit Ireland

I absolutely love to travel but I don’t think I will ever call any other country my home. I’ve dabbled in living abroad (sharing a one bedroom apartment with nine other girls, so not the best situation..) but those experiences never led me to believe I would prefer my life somewhere other than Ireland. I…Continue Reading “Twelve Reasons To Visit Ireland”

There is always that feeling when one year ends and a new one begins where you begin panic. We always feel the need to make everything bigger and better than it was before (regardless of how big and better the previous year was!). I had an absolutely amazing 2017 where I got to visit ten…Continue Reading “The Panic And Expectations Of A New Year”

Top Three Irish Roadtrips

If there is one thing I love, it is exploring the wonderful island that is the Emerald Isle. This year, I tried to do my best in seeing more of what this country has to offer – and I wasn’t disappointed! From places like the Cuilcagh Mountain Walk to the simple drive that is Loop…Continue Reading “Three Irish Roadtrips You Have To Experience”

Irish Christmas Markets

I start getting into the Christmas spirit pretty much the second Halloween is over. With a trip to Christmas markets in a European city on the horizon. I’m heading away in the first week of December I am really getting into the Christmas mood! Christmas markets have such a magical aura about them. The lights,…Continue Reading “Irelands Best Christmas Markets”