But now all is good, got plenty of rest, and yesterday we went out to pick up some pumpkins directly from the field. Alright Pumpkin is the name of the farm and it is opened each weekend probably up to Halloween.
Hi lovelies, How have you been? Have you smiled today? Today’s story is about my visit to St Anne’s Park, in Clontarf, Dublin. Never visited it, although I used to work close by for almost a year. Whenever I was passing by I was telling myself that will check it out next time. Well, “next…
Hello beautiful soul! We try as much as possible not to spend weekends at home, but explore new places. Our friends Cristina and Nasim invited us to go and explore the Connemara area with them. Although we were a bit hesitant in the begining (due to the weather alert!) I am glad that we went….
Hello beautiful soul! I hope you had a good week. Today’s article is about my visit in the gorgeous coastal town of Skerries. It’s a short train ride from Dublin – you will need to take the train from Connolly station. Once arrived to your destination you should go and visit the Skerries Mills (5-10…
Howth is a beautiful village in the Howth Peninsula that can be found north of central Dublin. You can either take the train from Dublin Connolly, or Dublin Bus number 31/a from Talbot street towards Howth Summit. If you are taking the bus, I would suggest you stop in the village.
Actually close to Seljalandsfoss you will have other 2 small waterfalls, and at the end of the track you will find the best waterfall ever. It is hidden behind the mountain. You can go and walk behind it as well, but you will do it through a river.
It was time for Golden Circle to show us its beauty. We started the day at Gullfoss waterfall that is located in the canyon of Hvítá river. It is spectacular. You probably spoted the waterfall inVikings.
Today Ireland and Irish people abroad are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Days before the big day, some buildings are turning green, and on 17th March the city centre is blocked to make place for the parade.
The Viking Flóki Vilgerðarson was the one that gave the name of the island. When he climed the mountain he saw Arnarfjörður fjord full of icebergs and named the island Iceland. […]
Vienna is known as “City of music” because of the musical legacy, and “City of Dreams” because of Sigmund Freud – world’s first psychoanalyst.
Although it was short and rainy, we did enjoy the city. Eindhoven is for sure on our “coming back to you” list.