Explore beyond Dublin City and visit Killiney Hill Park

Each year, Ireland receives around 9.5 million tourists. The majority of these tourists come to visit Irelands largest city, Dublin. During the busy Summer months, Dublin can sometimes feel a bit like London or Paris because of the large crowds of tourists. For a capital city, Dublin is relatively small. Most of the tourist attractionsContinue reading “Explore beyond Dublin City and visit Killiney Hill Park”

A quick guide to Gougane Barra National Forest Park

Ireland is known for many things. Guinness, traditional music, the Cliffs of Moher but nothing more than its rugged green countryside. The nation is a haven for rural enthusiasts. It’s a huge garden floating in the Atlantic Ocean. In a land that is crammed with beauty and nature, it’s hard to choose what deserves toContinue reading “A quick guide to Gougane Barra National Forest Park”

Halloween’s cultures and festivals

Halloween is a time of the year that is absolutely jam packed with history, culture, and festivals. What was once one of the most important time of the year is now largely forgotten about. Below are some of the best things to do around the end of October and start of November. SAMHAIN: Samhain isContinue reading “Halloween’s cultures and festivals”

My favourite castles

CARDIFF CASTLE WHERE: Cardiff, Wales. WHY I LOVE HERE: This is the only place where I experienced a castle smack bang in the centre of a city, but as you enter the grounds feels like you’re a million miles away. The original motte and bailey were built in the 11th Century, but today you canContinue reading “My favourite castles”