It’s said that, despite its small size, that there are countless variations of Irish accents in Ireland. You can literally go down the road to the next neighborhood… and people will sound different. When I made the trek down south to Cork this weekend with some friends, it immediately felt like we were in an… Continue reading Under the Cahrk Tree
Every year come 4th of July, my parents pile my siblings and I into our mini-van, the Loser Cruiser, and we drive 10 hours east on I-10 to the Sunshine State. A lot of my extended family makes the effort to be there too during this time, and it’s our yearly chance to catch up.… Continue reading Why do I Travel?
I recently came across this article that discussed an American’s observations about England when he visited a few weeks ago. People are always asking me what’s different about living here, so why not jump onto the bandwagon? Here is what I’ve noticed about Dubin / Ireland: Dairy is far superior to anywhere else I’ve been Dryers… Continue reading American Observations about Dublin & Ireland