July 5, 2013
Driving Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula premium
Everyone who’s even considered a trip to Ireland has heard of the Ring of Kerry. It’s probably one of the most famous, if not the most famous, drives in Ireland. Unfortunately, fame goes hand in hand with crowds, and that’s just not my pint of Guinness. Thus, on my trip to Ireland, I passed on […]
October 29, 2012
Dublin’s Haunted History premium
I’m so not one for organized tours or anything that involves a bus with other travelers, but with limited time in Dublin, I knew the GhostBus Tour was going to be my most efficient way of getting a taste of the city’s haunted history.
September 18, 2012
Falconry: Sport of Kings {and one Texas Girl} premium
After a night sleeping like Irish royalty in the Queen Anne Suite of Dromoland Queen Anne SuiteCastle, it was only fitting that my morning began by enjoying the sport of kings.
September 6, 2012
County Clare, a Castle, and a Room Fit for a Queen premium
When I started planning my trip to Ireland, there were two things that I knew I had to do:  Cut crystal at Waterford and stay in a castle.
July 18, 2012
Hitting the Hay in Cork premium
Arriving into Cork from Waterford, I wasn’t prepared for what awaited me. I’m not sure what I thought Cork would be like, but it was certainly larger and more modern, at least on the outskirts, than I expected. Along the highway, I could have been in the United States. All that changed when I exited […]
July 2, 2012
Inside the House of Waterford Crystal (Part 4) premium
After having my ego smashed like a defective piece of Waterford, I left the cutting area with my failed attempt at crystal cutting in hand.attempt

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