If you had ever asked me about recommendations for Clare before I would have been very quick to say The Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, Liscannor, etc. The last time I had explored anywhere else in Clare was with my parents years ago and having finally gone there last weekend I’m really sad that it didn’t… Continue reading Discovering County Clare
As much as I would love to spend every waking moment exploring new places across the seas and venturing far and wide, it’s just not a possibility for me. I have said it before and will say it again that quitting your job to go travel the world is great and all that – but… Continue reading A New Year, A New Place
I’ve written before about how home is where the heart is, and even about why I choose not to work abroad but really, I don’t think I can ever express how much it would break my heart to leave my little country for too long. I, somehow, manage to be a home bird who is always desperate… Continue reading Home Is Where Our Story Begins….
I have seen a few types of posts like these on blogs before, most notably Retro Flame and her lessons learned in NYC. This is the beginning of this series for me which I hope to do after every big trip away I take. I’m just back from 3 weeks in Europe so now is as good… Continue reading Lessons Learned While Travelling #1
The Cliffs of Moher are located at the edge of The Burren region in County Clare, Ireland. The reach a maximum height of 214 metres (702 ft) north of O’Brien’s Tower and 120 metres (390 ft) above the Atlantic Ocean at Hag’s Head. At €6 per person (unless you get your passengers to get out… Continue reading The Cliffs of Moher
After travelling through eight countries through Eastern Europe two things became very apparent to me. Why I love travelling, but also why I love living in Ireland. During my time away there were a few things I never before realized about Ireland that I love, and here they are: Taxi Men Will Never Harass You… Continue reading Really Strange Things That I Love About Ireland
I lived in the countryside until I was 17 years of age and moved away for college. This was only 25 minutes away from my wonderful home in the middle of nowhere. Next, I moved an hour and a half away from home to Galway City. I was in a city, but a beautiful one… Continue reading Reasons To Ditch The City Life