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1915 COMES ALIVE IN DUBLIN CITY CENTRE [The 'Road to the Rising’] REF-103134 [BY WILLIAM MURPHY]

1915 COMES ALIVE IN DUBLIN CITY CENTRE [The ‘Road to the Rising’]...

1915 COMES ALIVE IN DUBLIN CITY CENTRE [The 'Road to the Rising’] REF-103134 [BY WILLIAM MURPHY]

One Week Ireland Travel Guide. Driving on the other side of the road on narrow, windy streets with three foot high stone fences on one side and sheer cliffs on the other, will make you count your blessings and also blurt out truths in a panic. But truthfully it’s the absolute best way to see Ireland. We landed in Dublin, …

One Week Ireland Travel Guide

Driving on the other side of the road on narrow, windy streets with three foot high stone fences on one side and sheer cliffs on the other, will make you count your blessings and also blurt out truths

So you’ve only got one week in Ireleand to cover the rolling green hills and narrow-laned streets of the emerald isle? No problem. With a little energy and a LOT of driving, you’ll easily knock out the southern half of Ireland. Break it down by days and keep it moving in one direction. We recommend flying into Shannon and trekking it to Dublin, which takes you through dozens of small towns, letting you explore castles, farms and restaurants slightly off the beaten tourist path...

One Week In Ireland: The Perfect 7-Day Ireland Itinerary

So you’ve only got one week in Ireleand to cover the rolling green hills and narrow-laned streets of the emerald isle? No problem. With a little energy and a LOT of driving, you’ll easily knock out th

Killarney  One of my favorite places in Ireland, LOVED Killarney...

Killarney, Ireland - One of my favorite places from the lakes, landscape, Ross castle and town.

To celebrate the release of Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express on the 3rd of November, I was lucky enough to be invited to Torquay to see the town that Agatha Christie called home for most of her life. To visit the home she loved and shared with her husband, Archaeologist, Max Mallowan. To walk the streets she grew up in. And to meet her great-grandson, the man now chairman of Agatha Christie Ltd who is helping bring The Murder on the Orient Express into the 21st century.

To celebrate the release of Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express on the 3rd of November, I was lucky enough to be invited to Torquay to see the town that Agatha Christie called home for most of her life. To visit the home she loved and shared with her husband, Archaeologist, Max Mallowan. To walk the streets she grew up in. And to meet her great-grandson, the man now chairman of Agatha Christie Ltd who is helping bring The Murder on the Orient Express into the 21st century.

"In Ireland there’s no such thing as bad weather ~~~ only the wrong clothes." (In the Company of Others)” ― Jan Karon Killybegs, County Donegal, Ireland

Nothing so Beautiful as The Silence of a Snow Covered Streets

Killybegs, County Donegal, Ireland ~ sheep running along trails in the snow

I’ve written quite a few articles on solo female travel tips and why every woman should venture out on her own but, I’m often asked, “Where is it safe for women to travel solo?” While there may be some destinations that are more safe than others, the world is not as scary as some might think. With a positive attitude and general street smarts, there are plenty of places in the world where you can feel totally safe and secure on your own.

10 Safest Destinations for Solo Female Travelers

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