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Ballyseede, an Irish castle stay to treasure

A castle stay in Ireland is one of those must-dos but when it includes dogs, like at Ballyseede Castle, it becomes an unmissable experience. Welcome to our luxurious home (for the night) A genuine malady of European travel is what we call ACAC syndrome – another church, another...

Adare, an Irish village you’ll adore

It’s life’s detours that take you to the most interesting and unexpected places – like Ireland’s Adare. We’re not fans of motorways and turnpikes. They propel you along a homogenized path that removes you from the realities of a country, where the only taste of the place you’ll get...

The dramatic history of Ireland’s Rock of Cashel

Rising above the emerald green fields of County Tipperary, the Rock of Cashel stands stoically on a limestone outcrop like a real life Hogwarts. From its elevated position you can see for miles in any direction One of Ireland’s top heritage attractions, the Rock of Cashel dominates the...

A Kells experience worth writing home about

Ancient water mills, castles and abbeys are part of the magic of an Irish road trip – especially when you get the whole experience in one town. We had always wanted to make it to Kells but it was one of those places that was “almost close enough to Kilkenny to make it” and “no way, that’s...

Exploring Rupit, a Renaissance Stone Village

Rupit is Catalan for rock (from the Latin, rupes) and this historical treasure is carved from the stony hill it is perched upon. Situated 98km from Barcelona, Rupit is the perfect distance for a day trip and we experienced it with two other Catalonian towns from between the 1000 and the...

2018, our year in Travel

2018 was the year where we found our feet in the world of travel blogging. It all started in December 2017, when we were offered the opportunity to work on a real book – once of those fancy hard cover numbers with hipster-as-hell layouts, funky photos and quippy reviews of all the cool...

The local flavors of Nassau, The Bahamas

The best way to get a taste of a place when you’re only there for a limited time is to get out and dine with the locals. And with only a few hours left of our time in Nassau after being conquered by Atlantis water park and the flawless sun and beaches we sought haven away from the port...