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WORLD DESTINATIONS

To read about destinations around the world click here.

I’ve always loved to travel and I don’t think that love will ever die. Travel makes me inquisitive, like I’m seeing the world for the first time and I can’t ask enough questions. My camera comes out and I can’t stop clicking because I want to capture every moment, every scene.

I have travelled Australia, New Zealand, South America, Africa, Asia, Europe and America, but there are so many places I still want to see. I dream of going to the Galapogos Islands, seeing the Northern Lights, standing at the end of the world in the Antartic and trekking in Patagonia. These are, but a few of the places I would like to see before I die.

I do a regular world travel slot on Ireland AM, TV3 (view slots here) chatting about different destinations around the world. Photography holidays in Morocco, glamping in Derry, you name it I’ll talk about it and then I’ll write about it. By giving holidays a theme I feel I’m inspiring people to consider alternative holidays, or at least making it easier for people to find what they’re looking for. I’ll tell you how to get there, where to go and what to see. If I’ve been there recently, I’ll fill you in on all the details.

13 Comments Post a comment
  1. val farrelly
    Feb 16 2012

    Hi I seen you on tv 3 this morning Thurs 16 Feb. You were talking about New Zealand and motorhomes.Do you cover Australia as well. You gave a price of 1180 for 2 weeks including flights.Could you contact me please. My mobile is 0863470883. Monday afternoon is probably the best time for me. Many Thanks. Valerie Farrelly

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  2. Feb 17 2012

    Hi Valerie,
    Thanks for getting in touch. The New Zealand deal is with Trailfinders who are very good at arranging trips to Australia and NZ. I’ve not yet done Australia for Ireland AM but hope to in the next few weeks. However, I would suggest calling Trailfinders and they will talk you through your options and a motorhome is a great way to see Australia as well. It also saves on accommodation and allows you to stay in national parks or close to the beach which is a major bonus over there!
    I hope this helps!
    Kind Regards,
    Julianne

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  3. Carol Butler
    Jan 12 2013

    Hi I am thinking of going to Perth in September for 16 days I am on a budget what’s the cheapest time to travel and the shortest route I can’t afford 4* hotels but also don’t want to stay in a hostel
    Many Thanks
    Carol

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  4. Sandra Loftus
    Feb 17 2013

    Can u forward on info about seville as spoken on Ireland am . Hotel central that u recommend and things to do . We going April 16th which u day a festival happens . Thank you . Sandra .

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  5. Apr 19 2013

    Outstanding post, good information. Ever give some
    thought to offering your writing abilities to weblogs?
    I’m member of a website that hires freelancers big bucks to create high quality content, I wager they can use you!

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  6. Mar 27 2014

    hi julianne im with the united nations veterans acc post 24 clonmel we are planning to go to boston next march for st patricks day there will be 20 of us approx. looking to go was wondering if you could be of help to organize this would love to hear back from you

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  7. Sep 23 2014

    Currently it looks like Expression Engine is the preferred
    blogging platform available right now. (from what I’ve read) Is that what you
    are using on your blog?

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  8. Gabrielle Lindsay-Evans
    Jan 13 2015

    Ireland AM Monday 12th January Orlando
    Good Morning Julianne, I saw your travel slot on Ireland AM on Monday 12th January about your recent visit to Florida where myself and my husband are planning a road trip to Florida this year. I noted your suggestions for places to see and things to do, my question is what is the best time of year to travel, we dont want to get caught up in hurricane season.

    Many thanks for your advise.

    kind regards Gabrielle

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  9. Dawn Byrne
    May 8 2015

    Hi Julianne,
    I’m trying to find a romantic reasonably priced hotel in the centre of Copenhagen on Sat 29th May for one night for our 25th wedding anniversary. My husband works just outside Copenhagen but has left it up to me to find a hotel. I’ve looked but am totally lost, I’m also looking to book dinner on the said night but also confused. Can you please give me any ideas as to where to look.
    Really appreciate it,
    Kind regards, Dawn.

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