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Ireland: Day 2

A Running Start

Our day started off running. Literally.

Although the stop where we were to catch the bus for our day tour was right around the corner from where we were staying in Dublin, we somehow managed to walk completely past it (don’t judge, street signs are sometimes hard to find in Ireland and the UK since they could be anywhere – or nowhere at all – on the side of a building), so we thought, “hey, why not ask a savvy, friendly local how to get to this place?” Unfortunately, this local had the friendly part going for him but not the direction-savvy part, and he ended up sending us the opposite way that we needed to be going. 897 more words


Giant's Causeway: Part II

On lazy days, it’s great joy to watch the rooks treat the Irish coast as a heavenly playground, leaving those without wings envious of their aerial antics. 200 more words


The adventures of the Booktrail bus - Ireland

Fancy a trip around Ireland?

Not sure what you should visit?

Hop on the booktrail bus and off we go. Those on the bus today are those who entered our Facebook competition to win some Irish fiction. 1,009 more words

Books Set In Ireland

Picture Of The Day - #1

This is the Giant’s Causeway about 3 miles northeast of the town Bushmills, Northern Ireland.

I love this picture for many reasons.

  1. The unreal, but amazingly natural hexagon shapes of the stone.
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Giant's Causeway: Part I

The ticket read “your flight arrives two days after it leaves.” It was a bittersweet reality, but for such a dirt cheap flight, there had to be a catch. 507 more words


Irish Travel Journal, Day 3

This post is part of a series detailing my trip to Ireland. You can view the whole series here.

Breakfast at the hotel was wonderful. 1,041 more words


The world is big and life is wonderful. 

The last few days have been a haze of realizing how much left we have to see and how few days we have to see it in. 607 more words