Cycling the Aran Islands

Off the coast of Ireland, just west of Galway in the North Atlantic, you’ll find the Aran Islands. These islands are home to just over…

Seeing Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Sitting at one of the most northeasterly points of Northern Ireland is the Giant’s Causeway. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1986, this attraction stems…

A Visit to Newgrange, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Why you should visit Newgrange in Ireland Less than an hour drive north of Dublin, sitting peacefully in the Boyne Valley of County Meath, Newgrange…

Inside Dublin’s Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market

Open House Dublin took place from October 17th to 19th, 2014 and showcased over 100 amazing locations around the city. Presented by the Irish Architecture Foundation,…

A Guide to Settling in Dublin

So, you bought your ticket, said goodbye to your family, hopped on your flight, braved a few nights in a hostel on the North side,…

Visiting St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Finally, I’ve seen the inside of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland, St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, dates back to…

Dublin Day Trip: Howth

Dublin isn’t the biggest of cities, which makes it easy to hop on a quick commuter train to some of the most beautiful towns that sit…

Easter Road Trip Day 3: Castles, Castles, Castles

Just when I thought I’d seen my castle of the trip in Enniscorthy, we arrived in Cahir! We left Waterford early in the morning and…

Explore Dublin in a Day

It’s here! My guide for seeing the best of Dublin in one day. Whether you forgot to leave yourself enough time, or have a stopover on…

Easter Road Trip Day 2: Castles and Clay Pigeons

We left sunny Glendalough early Saturday morning, our next stop was Wells House & Gardens. Hidden in County Wexford, Wells House opened it’s doors to visitors…