Wild Atlantic Way
It seems to be the buzz word of the summer – The Wild Atlantic Way. I’ve heard it on the radio and TV, read about it in the papers and have been talking about it myself. Of course, it’s not like this is something ‘new’. The Wild Atlantic Way is simply the stunning, wild and rugged west coastline of Ireland. Read more
A Taste of Ireland’s Hidden Gems
I’ve been hiding from the world for the past month due to a bereavement. However, life never lets you hide for too long and soon you have to return to normal life. Read more
What’s Hot In North Donegal
I’m delighted to have been asked to do a domestic travel slot on Ireland AM as I’m very passionate about this island of ours. I spent almost a year travelling around, discovering the nooks and crannies, hidden gems and the people behind it all. Read more
Ireland’s Hidden Gems
I was asked this morning on Ireland AM, TV3
about the hidden gems I found during my travels.Hidden gems tend to be places you stumble upon having taken a wrong turn or heard of through a local.
Discovering Northern Donegal
I’m going to write up some of my personal recommendations over the next few weeks on this blog. This does not mean you don’t have to go out and buy the Time Out Guide to Ireland. In fact, if anything it should spur you to buy a copy so you can rummage through for more detailed info. I’ll pick and choose particular places and sites, saving lots of the good bits for you to read in the guide.
Tips from the Top
What’s the most frequent question I’m being asked lately?
“So where’s your favourite spot in Ireland?”
It’s a fair question seen as I’ve travelled the length and breadth of Ireland in the past seven months. However, people seem disappointed with my response. I’m not trying to be diplomatic by responding that after every road trip, myself and my trusty travel companion (boyfriend/designated driver) would proclaim that we had just discovered our new favourite cafe or guesthouse, beach or castle. Some may accuse us of being indecisive, but I beg to differ. The fact is we were simply spoilt for choice.