Posts tagged with "roadtrips"



Travel · 28. November 2018
The entrance to the bog walk is next door to the Abbeyleix Manor Hotel with parking available there. The walk begins down a long cool lane thats lush with trees and understory forest plants, a nice green entry to the site, with little hint of what’s to come. Sign posts stagger down the lanes with flora and fauna listings and information about the bog, which has been leased by the community for at least the next 50 years and is run completely by volunteers interested in (...)
Travel · 13. November 2018
We came upon the Leprechaun and Fairy Cave garden by Carlingford Lough. It’s a magical park filled with fairy horses, Finn McCool’s chair, fairy village and leprechaun huts with even an underground fairy village. The park is a delight for small children, but is also dotted with information about the local folklore and their beliefs in leprechauns and fairies of Ireland.

Travel · 29. May 2018
As you take the stunning walk from Greystones Harbour in County Wicklow, along the cliff side up to Bray, which sits south of Dublin. It's a two hour, 7km walk, and on a fine day(...)
Travel · 30. April 2018
At Tuross Head, there is a particularly special memorial garden located within a plantation of historic Norfolk Pines. It's a beautiful and breathtaking spot that peacefully looks out onto the ocean.

Travel · 12. March 2018
The Paynesville Classic Boat Rally is a unique celebration of it's rich boating history and lifestyle on the Gippsland Lakes.
Travel · 29. January 2018
A heartening and unique immersive experience can be found at Melbourne Zoo, in its 32 year old tropical native Butterfly House. Despite the many animal enclosures that the zoo is famous for, this little corner of the zoo, between the tigers and elephants was the star attraction for this small group of wanderers.

Travel · 05. June 2017
A Summer's evening at one of Northern Irelands most popular attractions, the Giants Causeway.