Looking for things to do in London? This comprehensive guide will give you all the tools you need to make the most of your time in England’s cosmopolitan capital city. Travel writer and past London resident Karen Worrall shares the information she’s learned living in and visiting London over the years. London is cool, calm, and collected. It’s a joyful juxtaposition of history meeting… Read More
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Where is Game of Thrones filmed you ask? We’ve got the answers. Dave and I have been to many Game of Thrones filming locations around the world and we round up the not to miss sets that you can visit right now! Game of Thrones is one of the most popular series in TV history. It’s no wonder it has sparked… Read More
Are you looking for the best things to do in Dublin? Then you have found it! Dublin is Ireland’s capital city and it is a town filled with culture, beauty, and Irish history. I know whenever we step foot on Irish soil, we feel a sense of excitement. This is the land of leprechauns and shamrocks (albeit we’ve never seen… Read More
Home to the Benedictine nuns, Ireland’s Kylemore Abbey is a surreal fairytale-like castle steeped in history, tales of romance and tragedy and spirituality. Conjuring a very Victorian atmosphere, Kylemore Abbey is home to a lavish walled garden, a number of nature trails, a gothic church, and an awe-inspiring castle containing over 70 rooms. A Visit to Kylemore Abbey Visiting is like stepping back… Read More
Venture to the very edge of Europe to Mizen Head, Ireland where the sea meets the sky. Every now and then a shipping boat can be seen passing by. This tiny peninsula is Ireland’s most southwesterly point. (Ireland’s most southern point is just a few km east of Mizen Head at Brow Head) Mizen Head is both an aesthetic spectacle… Read More
It seems as though Ireland is full of dramatic, atmospheric sites, and Poulnabrone Dolmen is yet another one that confirms this. As one of Ireland’s most iconic (and photographed!) archeological sites, this impressive portal tomb of towering stones is situated on a high limestone plateau in County Clare. Melancholic, elegiac and solemn, the surrounding landscape invokes a powerful simplicity and appreciation of the… Read More