During our road trip through Ireland, we took a boat trip to the majestic Skellig Islands. The islands are situated about 10 kilometers off the coast of Portmagee in county Kerry. Imagine beautiful views of the Irish landscape, thousands of birds flying around and a magnificent historic site. It’s fair to say that this boat trip is one of the highlights of my trip to Ireland, if not the highlight!
What’s the best way to explore Ireland? How can you get a good taste of the country and it’s culture? And how can you do this is only 7 days? The answer is simple: get behind the wheel and start your road trip!
Reasons to visit the south of France are endless: exploring picturesque villages, enjoying the Mediterranean vibe, discovering your favorite wine… One experience that definitely fits into the list is hiking the Calanques; huge limestome rock formations that rise from the sea and make up for a splendid sight.
As important as Marseille is for France, as little does it feel like your average French city. The influences of being the trading centre for centuries long are all around and Marseille could easily be forgiven for an Arabic city. While the city may have little to offer at first sight, it will definitely surprise you after some digging!
I have always loved the snow. Ever since I was a child I was ascending mountains to hit the slopes with my little skis. As all things in life, my skis grew and so did I. Yet, I never outgrew my love for snow… And as soon as the plane hit the snowy ground of Oslo, I remembered how magical winter is.
It’s common knowledge that the Irish like to drink –let’s call it culture. When visiting Ireland you just want to fit in with the locals. I get it. But why go for the obvious choice of ordering a Guinness in the nearest pub? Try the country’s most popular whiskey with some Ginger Ale and lime. You won’t be disappointed!
Ireland, the country that both figuratively and literally stole my heart. After visiting this country a couple of times over the last year, I must say it starts to feel as coming home. If you’re looking for good weather, don’t have high expectations of Ireland. If you’re looking for friendly people, having craic -fun- in the best pubs and the smell of fireplaces wherever you go: you’ve found your new favorite country!
São Paulo is one of the biggest cities in the world. With so many neighborhoods and so many options, you easily don’t know where to go. Here’s a quick guide to the most vibrant areas in São Paulo.
Venice, a city everyone has an image of in their head. Yet, experiencing this one of a kind city will leave you speechless. The beauty of Venice is like you’ve never seen before! While Paris is known as the city of love, I would like to nominate Venice. I can’t think of a more romantic place on earth than this magical, Italian city. A city without any cars, where idyllic bridges cross numerous canals and all combined with the great Italian lifestyle. La bella vita. It’s not just the greatest city to visit with your loved one, it’s a city you actually fall in love with!
Icecream is part of Italy’s culture and is therefore an important factor of your trip to Italy. While I used to be the girl that always chose chocolate icecream, I found my new all-time favorite! And I believe no other icecream can ever beat it!