Last New Year's I vowed that 2016 would be my year of travel, and it did not disappoint. Not only did I travel and hike more, but I....Read More
Honestly, I was worried that will all the hype surrounding the Cliffs of Moher that I would be disappointed, but there was nothing to be disappointed by. They're just as beautiful in person as they are in photos - if not more. Going just a few miles...Read More
The Giant's Causeway - and area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. It's not difficult to see why so many flock to this location every year. The area is steeped in beauty and mystery, with theories of its origin ranging from volcanic eruptions to giants building a walkway...Read More
Established in 1161, the Boyle Abbey in Co. Roscommon was the first successful foundation of Cistercian monks. Previously, Cistercian monks had unsuccessfully attempted to settle in the province of Connacht on three separate occasions. It remains unclearRead More
Our first stop of the day was the Guinness Storehouse, which was Dad's requested stop of the trip. We pre-purchased our entry tickets online for €16 per person via Earlybird Weekend Entry, but if you're not willing to enter the Storehouse before 11:30am on the weekend normal ticket prices range between €18 - €20. We arrived at the....Read More
he Michael Huber Prairie Warbler Preserve (say that name 10x fast..) is a small preserve located in Woodland Township, NJ hosting roughly 5 miles worth of trails winding throughout the pines. Named for the late Michael Huber, a conservationist who....Read More
"I can't afford to travel." | "I wish I could travel." | "Maybe some day I'll be able to...."
Those are just a few of the excuses I hear people use on a daily basis when they talk about their future travel dreams, or see photos of a country across the world they'd love to go to.Read More