Favourite Instagram Travel

In an era where social media reigns supreme, I can’t deny that I am absolutely obsessed with Instagram. For me, it’s a platform where I follow people to inspire me and where creativity can be shared. I follow a heap of different travel accounts that have educated me on different parts of the world, as…Continue Reading “My Favourite Travel Instagram Accounts”

Top Three Travel Destinatons

This year has been a brilliant year for me travel wise. While none of my trips were that long, I did manage to get abroad more times than any other year before while also working full time. Honestly, the reason I was able to do this wasn’t because I stopped treating myself in any way…Continue Reading “My Top Three Destinations In 2017”

For my final trip this year I decided to get out of my comfort zone and book a surprise trip to Bruges for my boyfriend and I. The reason it was out of my comfort zone was because for some unknown reason I’ve never been overly compelled to visit Belgium. There isn’t any real reason…Continue Reading “A Weekend In Bruges”

Best Rooftop Bars In NYC

The busy city streets, the twinkling city lights, the flashy screens on Time Square. New York City is a bustling universe in itself – full to the brim of everything you could imagine. For some people, it’s the pinnacle of cities to visit. It has endless opportunities for its residents and proves to be the…Continue Reading “Best Rooftop Bars In NYC”

With the wonder that is Ryanair, my friend and I managed to bag flights to Cologne for only €19.99 return. There were just two catches to our trip. The first being that the trip was mid week, the second catch being that the trip was only for 24 hours – you get what you pay…Continue Reading “24 Hours In Cologne”

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”

Botanic Gardens & Glasnevin Cemetery

Something I have been meaning to do since I moved to Dublin was go to the National Botanic Garden and visit Glasnevin Cemetry. While I always knew that the Botanic Garden was in Glasnevin, I never realized until I got there that they are side by side! This is a great (free!) way to spend a…Continue Reading “National Botanic Gardens & Glasnevin Cemetery”

It’s not that often that I go to the same place more than once (shoutout to Split and Vegas for making that extremely small list of mine!) but one place I have been going year after year is Electric Picnic. (so much so I even lost my job because of it one year, but, that is…Continue Reading “Irelands Best Festival”