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Dublin’s Biggest Pillow Fight 2015

Dublin’s Biggest Pillow Fight 2015

A few months ago a post I wrote about the most unusual and unique free things to do in Dublin was widely shared and read. Turns out a lot of people are looking for free things to do in Dublin!…

Adventures in Food – A Taste of Dublin 2015

Adventures in Food – A Taste of Dublin 2015

Last week I was on a bit of a winning streak on Twitter. I always love entering whatever competitions pop up in my timeline and it just so happened that I started winning every competition I entered. This left me…

My Awesome Adventure To Tayto Park

My Awesome Adventure To Tayto Park

Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m 29 years old and the idea of going to Tayto Park last Saturday excited me to no end. Primarily because I’m the biggest fan of Tayto crisps in the world (no seriously, I just can’t…

My Favourite Meeting Place in Dublin

My Favourite Meeting Place in Dublin

“What’s you favorite meeting place in Dublin?” Meetingsbooker (a Dublin based startup that finds the best meeting rooms all over the world) recently asked me this question and it didn’t take me too long to come up with an answer. The truth…

Your Irish Adventure  – New Blog!

Your Irish Adventure – New Blog!

Exciting news readers…I have decided to set up a new website all about adventure in Ireland. Don’t worry, I will still be maintaining this as my main site, especially when it comes to my travel adventures. The new site is…

Take 20: Unique Things To Do In Dublin For Free

Take 20: Unique Things To Do In Dublin For Free

Dublin gets a lot of stick for being one of the most expensive cities in Europe, if not the world. Transport, admission fees, pints and food can all seem exorbitant for people visiting and might even put people off. What many people don’t know is that there are endless things to do in Dublin that won’t cost you a cent.

10 Best Places To Visit In Ireland

10 Best Places To Visit In Ireland

From the rugged West coast, to the stunning national parks up North to the long, white sand beaches dotted along the East coast, Ireland has SO much to offer both locals and tourists.

Masters Graduation

I was very sad to miss my Masters Graduation ceremony back home in Ireland this week, but as flying over 9,000km from Korea to Dublin for 1 day was definitely not an option, I just had to get on with…

The Kindness of Strangers

I was talking to some friends last night about solo travel and the enormous benefits bestowed on people who are brave or adventurous enough to set off on their travels alone. I thought I could use my blog to share some positive experiences I have encountered with total strangers but mainly I wanted to use this post to hear your stories!

Have you ever experienced the kindness of strangers while on your travels??

Zombie, Zombie, Zombie!

Some photos I took at the Dublin Zombie Walk today, where about 10,000 people, both young and old, dressed like the living dead and took to the streets in search of brains! Such a crazy, fun experience with amazingly creative…

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