ireland

April 21, 2016

Dublin Blends History and Modernity to Inspire Travelers

Originally published at Global Traveler. Ireland’s capital city brings to mind two distinct images. One is a literary paradise where the likes of Oscar Wilde, Samuel […]
March 16, 2016

Dublin is a Literary City Anchored by James Joyce

Originally published in Global Traveler. Though Irish independence is still less than a century old, Ireland was distinct from England in its culture. Most prominently, the […]
December 7, 2015

Dublin, Ireland Captured in 12 Incredible Photos Around the City

How could you not love Dublin? It’s walkable, full of history and quite possibly one of the greatest places to have a pint in the world. […]
November 30, 2015

Wild Atlantic Way: Ireland’s Absurdly Gorgeous Coastal Route

Story originally published at EuropeUpClose.com. I stepped off our coach bus unsure of what to expect out of our first stop in County Donegal along the […]
October 15, 2015

A Trip Along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way In County Donegal

Recently I had the privilege of working with Failte Ireland and Tourism Ireland on checking out The Wild Atlantic Way, specifically in northwestern County Donegal with a […]
September 24, 2015

Wild Atlantic Way: 19 Photos From Ireland You Need To See

I spent the last week traveling around County Donegal in Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way — a 2,500-kilometer scenic road that stretches up to northwestern County […]