I can’t believe that I completely forgot that a large number of Pennsylvanians will be invading (or in some caes already have invaded) Ireland this weekend. Some friends down the shore last weekend mentioned they were going and my cousins texted to rub it in my face late last night. They’re all going for the 2014 Croke
One of the problems I always have when planning some of the bigger trips is the ever present dilemma of doing versus seeing. Allow me to elaborate while also showing off how international I am. My past two “big” trips were Ireland and Iceland. I was in Ireland for a little bit over two weeks and for that
While I do mostly run around the greater Pennsylvania area and am on a mission to write about said area, I have very much enjoyed my somewhat recent forays into international travel. While I’m a big advocate of local travel, I also think that if you have the time and resources, everyone should try to travel abroad, even
My Top Ten Favorite Things to See in Ireland 1) Dingle Penninsula: National Geographic Traveler once called the Dingle Peninsula “the most beautiful place in the world,” and I’d have to wholeheartedly agree. The day we spent on the Dingle Peninsula driving what’s known as the Slea Head Drive was one of my favorite parts of the entire trip. After
I’ve decided to break up my Ireland posts somewhat. We saw and experienced a lot and if I gave you a chronological play by play I’d be exhausted as a writer, and you’d be bored ot death as a reader. This first post is a basic itinerary of where we went, where we stayed, what websites were
Since it’s May, 17 and a full ten months to the most glorious holiday of the year, I’m giving you a little Drop Kick Murphy’s to celebrate with. In very corresponding news, I’m finally going to Ireland this summer! I’m leaving Newark for Dublin on July 24th, and flying back from Belfast on August 6th.
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