Your Guide to Visiting Beautiful Slieve League Cliffs in County Donegal

Our first visit to County Donegal, where we stayed in Bundoran, visited Slieve League Cliffs and went surfing with TurfnSurf Surf school,  felt like a rushed trip with way too much crammed into it. Various attractions and little villages we longed to finally see in County Donegal were connected by narrow country roads, and it […]

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A Local’s Guide to Exploring Wonderful Caves of Keash in Sligo, Ireland

The ground was still moist from last nights downpour, and every blade of grass was tilted under a heavy blanket of dew. Jet black clouds blocked out the sunbeams, but I could feel this was going to be a good day. We were embarking on yet another exciting family road trip around Sligo, this time […]

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WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE #1

Do you remember the last travel photo challenge where if nominated you had to post one photo from your travels for ten days? I very much enjoyed it and was delighted to find a new challenge and surprise nomination from my fellow travel blogger Christie who runs 1000 PLACES AND MEMORIES. Thanks so much for […]

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How to visit Glenveagh National Park in County Donegal: The Ultimate Guide

We haven’t been to Glenveagh National Park for years and coming back reminded us why we were drawn to it so much in the first place. Firstly – the park is beautiful in all seasons. Spring is best for enjoying the fresh aromas of nature, with the summer warmth comes an abundance of flowers, autumn brings […]

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A Wee Guide to Some of The Best Things to See and Do in Brittany, France

It was a near-perfect day on the rugged coast – blue sea and enough breeze to offset the heat of the flaming sun hung high up in the cloudless sky. The beach may have been a little overcrowded, but it wasn’t long before we were in the water. Visiting Brittany, located in the northwest region […]

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A Short Guide to the Top 9 Things to See and Do in Delightful Bruges, Belgium

Strolling through Bruges unfamiliar streets and squares filled to the brim with small cafés and vintage shops, we stopped many times to gaze into the beautifully decorated shop windows, trying to imagine what the rooms look like behind those pink painted window frames, admired its medieval architecture. When I look back on the past two […]

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A Fantastic Walk for a Weekend: Benbulben Forest Walk in Beautiful Sligo

One of the best ways to stay inspired and stretch out creative muscles, while living in a fast-paced society, is to head out into the countryside, rain or shine. I firmly believe that being in the wild will push you to new limits, and I believe that by exploring the diverse world of rurality will […]

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Your Guide to Exploring Burren National Park in County Clare, Ireland

A trip to the Burren National Park three weeks ago had promised much with towering rain clouds and cushiony light sweeping across the remote, rocky landscape land throughout the early morning. By afternoon all had dissipated and moved southward and I thought I was to be denied a reasonable photograph. Little cloud cover meant no […]

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Six Wonderful Things to Experience in Marrakech, Morocco

At first, most of my dream destinations and places used to originate from classic adventure books. With the help of Jules Verne, Rudyard Kipling and Mark Twain they took me from dry prairies and erupting volcanos to the deepest depths of the ocean. After that, I discovered colourful images between the glossy travel magazine pages, but nowadays […]

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Your Essential guide to planning the best Edinburgh holiday in Scotland

Edinburgh, a wondrous fusion of old and new, is Scotland’s most visited city. The capital of Scotland has it all: the nine volcanic hills that shape its skyline, the Queen’s palace, a world-class botanic garden with its own library that holds a collection of almost 4,000 rare books dating back to the 15th century and […]

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Your ultimate guide to planning the best Biarritz holiday in France

Well before coronavirus was a threat to international mobility, I could effortlessly come up with a handful of arguments to rationalize the cost – in terms of both euros and tons of carbon emissions added to the atmosphere — associated with travelling. You know those invaluable life lessons you can only discover through travel like […]

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