Tag Archive: northern ireland

Wandering around the Little Island

As I mentioned in my last post, Inis Oirr is (quite literally) a one-horse town. There’s no better way to explore than to rent some bikes, brave the wind, and circle the island… Continue reading

Further North: The Giant’s Causeway

From Belfast, we continued north in order to see Giant’s Causeway, a striking World Heritage Site on the very northern-most coast of Northern Ireland. It’s an almost alien-like formation of rock created by… Continue reading

Breakfast in Belfast

Staying in Newcastle, County Down, we were just a short jaunt from Belfast – the capital city of Northern Ireland. Although well-known for being the birthplace of the RMS Titanic (yes, that Titanic),… Continue reading

Scaling Sleve Donard

One of the “bonus” parts of traveling that I try to take advantage of – whenever possible – is hanging out with locals. I think hearing what locals think about their turf (as… Continue reading