Bru’na Boinne: Ireland’s Ancient East

Bru’na Boinne was an interesting way to finish off our Ireland trip, as it’s one of the oldest, most ancient sites in all of the island. Personally, Bru’na Boinne wasn’t my cup of tea. I’m…

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Kilkenny

Kilkenny: home to one of my favourite brewers, Smithwicks. Kilkenny also has a plethora of touristic stops, enough to rival that of the infamous Killarney along the Ring of Kerry. Smithwicks Brewery I’m not going…

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Rock of Cashel

Rock of Cashel, St Patrick’s Rock, Cashel of Kings. Whatever you call it, it should be on your Ireland travel list. History Folklore suggests that St Patrick made his mark here when he banished the…

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Staying at an Old Mill

In my constant quest for finding unique and beautiful places to stay, I booked a very unique AirBnB in Ireland. Staying at this Old Mill near Waterford was a perfect halfway point between Cobh, Cashel,…

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Cobh: Last Port of Call

While many people remember Cobh (pronounced Cove) as the RMS Titanic’s last port of call, this beautiful Irish seaside town has much more to offer. Instagrammable spots, historical sites, water activities, and foodie approved dining…

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