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Leprechauns, pots of gold and pints of beer: Ireland

Finally, I only have to rewind to last weekend to catch up on my last trip–Ireland, aka The Weekend Of Getting Up Balls Early. Thankfully, there were no flight mishaps this time around. 1,417 more words


Northern Ireland: Giant's Causeway

After the bridge, lunch, and cute ponies,  we continued on to another National Trust site, the Giant’s Causeway. Wayne told us some of the history and mythology associated with the geological phenomenon along the short drive to the site. 725 more words

Public History

Visiting the Homeland

Two weeks ago, instead of traveling to Russia, I went solo on a trip to the Homeland, aka Ireland, and it was the most amazing experience ever. 2,672 more words


Fragments of a Cliff

Giant’s Causeway, Antrim, Northern Ireland.

The Giant’s Causeway, located in County Antrim, on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland, is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. 62 more words

A Visit from Nad

I was so very excited to pick up the one and only Nad at the airport just a few short weeks ago.  I was super happy that she was visiting, I was starting to miss home, so her timing was great. 614 more words



Say hello to a new SomedayTraveller weekly feature! Fridays will now be known as InstaFriday. I will be spotlighting the most popular travel photo from the… 69 more words