1000 Instagram Followers in Just 48 Hours – How To Master Instagram

1000 Instagram Followers in Just 48 Hours – How To Master Instagram

Last Friday, I hit 500 followers on Instagram which compared to my Facebook page and Twitter account, was a little bit sad and...lacking. I decided to take action and reached out to all my friends, fellow Irish bloggers, fellow female travel bloggers and essentially every other blogger group I am a … [Read more...]

7 Reasons Why You Should Still Visit Nepal

7 Reasons Why You Should Still Visit Nepal

As most people around the world are aware, on April 25th 2015, Nepal was shaken by an earthquake that measured over 7.8 magnitude on the richter scale. This disaster of colossal proportion was then followed by a large aftershock on May 12th, again bringing much of Nepal to a standstill. Now, just … [Read more...]

Forget Airbnb – 7 Brilliant New Travel Startups To Plan Your Next Trip

Forget Airbnb – 7 Brilliant New Travel Startups To Plan Your Next Trip

A recent article in Business Traveller magazine about allowing employees travelling on business to use Uber and AirBnB while travelling for work got me thinking about all new travel startups out there trying to disrupt the way travel and accommodation is organized. From swapping your New York loft … [Read more...]

Backpacker’s Guide To Ireland On A Budget

Backpacker’s Guide To Ireland On A Budget

This is the guide you have been searching for - a detailed guide to how to travel around Ireland on a budget. Everyone loves Ireland. I meet people all over the world whose dream it is to visit this small island, but often times, are put off by its reputation as one of the most expensive countries … [Read more...]

9 Things That Only Happen When You Travel Solo

9 Things That Only Happen When You Travel Solo

So last week I wrote a blog post entitled, '9 Reasons  Not To Travel Solo - Seriously'. No word of a lie, it took me about 30 minutes to write (most of my posts take hours of careful thought and consideration) and was a nice little therapy session, allowing me to take out all my frustrations about … [Read more...]

From Morgues To Music Shops – Unique Pubs in Dublin

From Morgues To Music Shops – Unique Pubs in Dublin

It was once famously said that you could not walk from one side of Dublin to the other without passing a pub. While this may well be true, there are also some pubs that are better than the rest. Pubs that stand out from the crowd in terms of architecture, atmosphere and of course their rich history. … [Read more...]

Get Published in National Geographic

Get Published in National Geographic

This is just a super quick post to fill you all in on something awesome that just happened...an article a wrote about Groningen, a city in the very North of the Netherlands, just got published  in National Geographic Intelligent Travel magazine. As you can imagine, I'm totally overwhelmed and … [Read more...]

Jersey Island – Where Sunshine And Tranquility Is Only An Hour Away

Jersey Island – Where Sunshine And Tranquility Is Only An Hour Away

The lovely little island of Jersey was never really on my radar. I was much more interested in far-flung exotic locations such as South Africa and Vietnam or jam-packed city escapes to happening Prague, Berlin and London. After 8 months of constant travel, just under 20 flights, and one very worn … [Read more...]

Top Rooftop Bars In Kuala Lumpur

Top Rooftop Bars In Kuala Lumpur

It’s no secret that Kuala Lumpur is one of the most bustling and colourful cities in the world. In order to truly gain a genuine appreciation for Malaysia’s capital, I highly recommend that you vacate the busy streets, and head up to the skies, by exploring a whole new perspective of this beautiful … [Read more...]

Top 100 Travel Bloggers List

Top 100 Travel Bloggers List

Last week I was seriously happy ECSTATIC to find out I have been added to the 'Rise Top 1000 Travel Bloggers List'. I follow the list quite regularly, because it is a great way to know who the top travel bloggers in the world are. You can also easily follow all the top bloggers on Twitter to stay … [Read more...]

How To Visit London On A Budget

How To Visit London On A Budget

  The city of London can be rather expensive for both residents and tourists who are visiting the city. But for those who have the knowledge on how to travel the city on a budget, you won’t need to empty your bank balance to enjoy your stay in London. In this article, we will be letting you in on a … [Read more...]

Ancient Italy: Comparing The Historic Sites Of Pompeii And Paestum

Ancient Italy: Comparing The Historic Sites Of Pompeii And Paestum

The Grand Tour in Campania The south of Italy is not only famous for it's hospitality, the beauty of its landscape and the fabulous food (make sure to try some buffalo Mozzarella, it's the best in the world) but also for its long and rich history. Romans, Greek, Lycans, Staufer and Moors all left … [Read more...]

The Galway Arts Festival Experience

The Galway Arts Festival Experience

The festival season is one of the only things that make being stuck in Ireland for the summer worthwhile. Longitude had been and gone, so too has the Street Performance World Championship in Merrion Square and it was still another month to the Electric Picnic. That meant only the annual Galway Arts … [Read more...]

Paris On A Budget: A Backpacker’s Guide

Paris On A Budget: A Backpacker’s Guide

Fancy hitting one of the most magnificent cities in the world but short on cash? Fear not, as I have put together this quick guide to visiting paris on a budget.  Here I'm going to give you the best tips on how to do Paris without making a hole in your bank account. You'll finally have a chance to … [Read more...]