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These personal travel, food and lifestyle blogs are usually about us, our adventures, our plans, thoughts and reflections. Anything and everything that’s going on in my mind. We really want to inspire you to make the most of your days on your adventures, to see the world in a different light and appreciate God’s wonderful creations – hopefully after reading a few of these personal blogs it’ll give you the desire to do something new and exciting too.
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One of the most important life lessons a person can learn is, “This too shall pass”. It’s a simple realization that this pandemic is not permanent. This moment, the way things are as they currently appear, shall change… and, it already has. Everything is always changing. People changed and people learned from this crisis. ThisContinue reading “Three Things To Learn in Time of Covid-19”
A 25-minute (24km) drive from home to the hidden gem of East Cork is a perfect escape during weekends. This small picturesque fishing village sits on a rocky-ledge overlooking Ballycotton Bay and is surrounded by sandy beaches. It is about 40 km east of Cork City. There are plenty of things to do in thisContinue reading “Weekend Getaway: Ballycotton”
Old Head Kinsale, a slice of coastal paradise, protruding more than 3km into the Atlantic Ocean. Located on the Southwest Coast in County Cork, not just famous for its 17th century lighthouse but also a golfer’s paradise. According to trip advisor reviews, “Definitely one not to miss for golfers”. Last summer 2019, we drove upContinue reading “Weekend Getaway: Old Head Kinsale”
Whether you’re a backpacker, a history, geography or geology geek, a family with kids or even someone who’s up for some real adventure you’re going to fall in love with this breathlessly beautiful part of Ireland. After we visited Cliffs of Moher, we headed to one of the six National Parks of Ireland, The BurrenContinue reading “The Burren National Park”
About 2km from the city centre of Cork is the rocky limestone outcrop that Blackrock Castle sits on. It has been a site of fortification since the late 16th century. The original tower was built by the citizens of Cork in 1582 to guard the water approach to the city from pirates and other raiders.Continue reading “Blackrock Castle: Castellated Fortification”
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There are some places you visit and can’t decide whether you want to scream them to the world or keep secret because they’re just too good to share. And El Nido is one of those places.
Coron is one of the Philippines’ most popular tourist destinations. This unspoiled haven offers uncrowded white-sand beaches, crystal clear water, hidden lagoons, amazing mountaintop views and fascinating dive sites. Where to Stay? If you’re planning an active vacation with lots of adventures, then you should stay in any of the hotels in Coron town, whichContinue reading “A Five-Day Vacation in Coron”
Krabi is one of the most favourite holiday destinations in Thailand; famous for craggy, sheer limestone cliffs, dense mangrove forests, and more than a hundred offshore islands. According to locals, the best time to visit is between November and April as the weather in the Southern Thailand can be unpredictable but with many places nowContinue reading “5 Best Things To Do in Krabi”
Whenever I mentioned I’ve been to Boracay, the first question was: ‘Did you party a lot?’. Apparently, Boracay is the Philippines’ party destination, but I was blissfully unaware of that (until I got there). As the saying goes, “What happens in Boracay stays in Boracay!”
Nusa Penida is a relatively undeveloped island south-east of mainland Bali. In fact, Nusa Penida is part of Nusa Islands often wrongly thought of as being part of Bali. The Nusa Islands are actually located in a different regency but you can easily visit them via a thirty to forty-five minutes ferry ride from SanurContinue reading “Adventure in Nusa Penida”
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