Before I visited Ireland, EVERYONE and their mother told me I had to visit the Cliffs of Moher. Even my girlfriends that are Irish born and raised told me a visit to the Cliffs are a must. You know it’s a good sign when the locals are suggesting it too. The first stop on my … Continue reading Coast Hopping Day Trip From Dublin: A Review of Wild Rover Tours
If you’ve opened this then you’re probably planning to visit the majestic former Inca retreat, Machu Picchu (MP). When I went in September 2015, I was oblivious as to how far Machu Picchu was from Cusco and I underestimated just how remote this location is. I had just finished a three-month backpacking trip through Europe … Continue reading The Cheapest Way to Get to Machu Picchu
Ay Espana! Some of you may remember when I professed my love for Barcelona. If you don’t remember you can refresh your memory HERE. But Barcelona and Madrid are polar opposites when it comes to cities. Sure both have a never-ending flow of good wine and some of the best food you’ll ever eat. But … Continue reading Top Things To Do in Madrid
Two years ago I practically rolled myself out of Italy (from all the eating) and eventually ended up on the coast of Croatia in Split. The first thing I could think of was "Woah, I had no idea water could be this blue." It was a hue of turquoise, indigo, cyan, and teal all … Continue reading Kayaking the Adriatic: Exploring Croatia with CroActive Holidays
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There is this attitude embodied in Spain that is all about enjoying the best parts of life. Love, laughter and a full stomach (now I sound like one of those cheesy quotes people stick on their walls). But really though, the people are gorgeous and welcoming. The food is hearty and some of my personal favorite. … Continue reading 10 Things to do Your First Time in Barcelona