A letter to citizens of the USA on St Patrick’s Day to clear up a few common misconceptions about the day that Ireland would like you to know about.
Cologne Cathedral, Kölner Dom to the locals is the crown jewel of Cologne. It is a gothic style Roman Catholic cathedral that construction started on in 1248. The dom is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is Germany’s most visited landmark with an average of 20,000 people visiting every day! It is also somewhere […]
You may have seen in the news over the last few days a story about a woman in a wheelchair in Dublin not being allowed to get on her Ryanair flight. What you may not know is the background behind that story, what things at the airport have resulted in this situation happening, and what […]
Hoppa.com has released their yearly list looking at the cheapest cities for travel, as well as the cheapest. They look at the average prices for hotels, food, drinks, taxis, and entertainment per person per night. Based on this Zurich is the most expensive at £170.43 ($212.81USD) per night per person. At the bottom of their […]
I had the pleasure of spending most of my younger years in Northern California, specifically in Butte County. The county only has a population of 220,000 people as of 2010 with many of those in just a few cities that I would hesitate to call anything more than towns. The county is home to hippies […]
The budget branch of Norwegian Air has been granted a licence for transatlantic flights from Cork to the United States, the first Transatlantic flights coming to Cork Airport. These flights will go from Cork to New York and Boston. The first Cork to Boston flights are expected to begin within the next few months with […]
I’m always on the lookout for another great travel related app, so when I heard about Google’s new app called Google Trips I knew I needed to give it a try. I’m a big fan of our Google overlord’s other work so I had high hopes for Google Trips.
I’m celebrating my 8th Expat Anniversary this month! I have a few different articles ideas but I wanted to start with a few of my favorite pictures from the last 8 years I’ve lived in Ireland and traveled. I can’t promise they’ll all be amazing quality, I’ve had some pretty meh cameras through the years, […]
It can be an incredibly stressful time when your wheelchair breaks while you’re far from home. I know, this happened to me earlier this year while my husband and I were in Malta. For me it was a broken wheel, you’ll be able to see pictures of it further on in the post. I was […]