Irish Halloween Traditions

Irish Halloween Traditions

Halloween is so much more than dressing up and trick or treating for sweets. The Irish tradition of Oiche Shamhna, the eve of Samhain, which is the night before All Saints Day, is celebrated with deep-rooted rituals to mark the end of summer and the harvest season...
10 Low Cost Hobby Suggestions For You To Try

10 Low Cost Hobby Suggestions For You To Try

Spending an afternoon indulging in our favourite hobby is one of the best ways to look after our mental health and boost our wellbeing. Our interests stretch our imagination and help us see the world in a new way, and encourage us to take time for ourselves. Hobbies...
Exploring Autumn in Ireland

Exploring Autumn in Ireland

Autumn is the season of intense and vibrant change. It brings darker and cooler nights, dew-soaked meadows, and foggy mornings that make the spider webs glisten. Its beauty is personified as we kick golden leaves along the pathways and toss helicopter seeds in the air...
Holidaying on a Budget

Holidaying on a Budget

Ireland may be small, but it can certainly be expensive as we make our way around the villages, and stunning sites the island has to offer. While holidaying in Ireland comes with an intense and evocative history, a landscape only imagined, and a greeting from locals...
Autumn Mid Term Take Time to Explore

The 10 Best Things to do in Roscommon

Roscommon is one of those counties where history truly comes alive. This county in Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands offers an incredible array of insightful, historical, and immersive places to unearth and discover as it brings us through a time long since gone. Not only...
Top 5 Dog Friendly Destinations in Ireland

Top 5 Dog Friendly Destinations in Ireland

Ireland is finally catching up as a country who greet its tourists, be they two or four legged, with a thousand welcomes. With more and more dog friendly destinations opening up and accepting our furry pets, it’s a great time to bring your family companion with you...