Having lived in Dublin for almost five years, it is shocking that it has taken me so long to visit Wexford, also known as ‘The Sunny South East’. With blue skies and a bit of annual leave to spare (thank you Pandemic for your only silver lining!) I decided it was finally time to venture…Continue Reading “A Weekend In Wexford”

When I think of staycations in Ireland, for some reason I always seem to forget about County Clare! Having visited there recently it has sparked my memory of some really wonderful times I have had while there and decided to try and draw more attention to there as a weekend destination for the Summer. This…Continue Reading “Two Day Clare Itinerary”

Right now due to COVID-19 it is a troublesome time on the island of Ireland! With closed borders on many countries we would have gone to for our Summer holidays more people will be looking to holiday on home soil. I can only speak for myself and say that I will definitely be planning a…Continue Reading “20 Amazing Irish Air BnB’s”

While Ireland might be thought of as a small country that is easy to get around, there are so many hidden gems and beautiful things to see and do that you will honestly never have enough time to travel all around it! Whether you are an Irish native looking to see more of your beloved…Continue Reading “Five Day Northern Ireland Road Trip!”

The beautiful Ring of Kerry is always hailed as one of the best places to visit when adventuring along the Wild Atlantic Way, but The Ring of Beara is beautiful, if not more so than it’s better know cousin. The Ring of Beara begins in Kenmare, and loops all around West Cork. It is a…Continue Reading “West Cork Roadtrip”

Weekend in Killarney

Killarney is one of the most notorious places in Ireland. Home to one of the most amazing coastal routes our island has to offer, the Ring of Kerry is roughly 200km of absolutely tantalizing views offered to you around every bend and hairpin turn. Saying this, the Ring of Kerry is just one of the…Continue Reading “A Weekend In Killarney”

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”