Irish Castles, Lush Greenways and Stunning Hikes: A Weekend in Waterford

Many travellers coming to Ireland haven't heard of Waterford. Often overlooked, Waterford is, in my opinion, one of the best places to visit in Ireland. Known as the Deise, pronounced "Day-sha", Waterford is named after the ancient Celtic tribe who settled in the area years ago. Dating back to the start of the 10th century, … Continue reading Irish Castles, Lush Greenways and Stunning Hikes: A Weekend in Waterford

The Perfect Weekend in Colorful Kinsale, Ireland

Ah Kinsale, a charming coastal, fishing town in southern Ireland with relaxed vibes. Cute and colourful, narrow streets wind throughout town- facades of bright green, pink and vivid purple abound. Charming shops and cosy cafes line each street, and there's no shortage of excellent seafood. Located town centre, the scenic harbour is protected by a … Continue reading The Perfect Weekend in Colorful Kinsale, Ireland

Ireland’s Far Less Visited, Yet Stunning Cliffs: Kilkee Cliffs

You'd be hard pressed to find anyone visiting Ireland for the first time that isn't interested in seeing the Cliffs of Moher. Waves crashing into rocks, cliff edges towering overhead, The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s most visited and unique attractions. Part of a dramatic stretch of coastline, 14 km of cliffside trail … Continue reading Ireland’s Far Less Visited, Yet Stunning Cliffs: Kilkee Cliffs

A Guide to Savannah’s Two Sides, Soulful & Spooky

The essence of Savannah curves through the city. Oak trees covered with dangling Spanish moss. Historic homes with beautiful iron details. Unwavering southern hospitality. A burgeoning food and drink scene. And, of course, historical markers on what seems like every street. It's said to be one of the most haunted cities in America, and at … Continue reading A Guide to Savannah’s Two Sides, Soulful & Spooky