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  • The Tour Groups we used in Vietnam 2019

    The Tour Groups we used in Vietnam 2019

    We just used two tour groups for our trip this year but one thing that we got a real experience for, was how to just wing it. The first tour group we used was tricky [...]

  • Vietnam 2019 in Video

    Vietnam 2019 in Video Here's a whirlwind video of our recent trip to Vietnam. I filmed this all on my iPhone 6S and edited it when I was home! It's in the Irish language but there are English [...]

  • Rated and Reviewed: Where we stayed in Vietnam 2019

    Rated and Reviewed: Where we stayed in Vietnam 2019

    We’re back from an incredible trip to Vietnam. As Irish people whose burning point sits around the 24-degree mark, March was an ideal time to travel there (though we’re considering April next year for a [...]

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Memories of India and the memory of a friend now gone

By | October 2nd, 2018|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |

For some reason this week I found myself thinking about a friend of mine who passed this year. My memories are starting to get hazy and I do not wish for them to be so. [...]

Rated and Reviewed: Where we stayed in Japan 2018

By | August 29th, 2018|Categories: Blog, Japan|Tags: , , , , |

This year myself and my partner headed on a three-week trip to Japan. Too long had it been on our bucket list and we didn’t know what really to expect but because it was new [...]

A Mother-Daughter Journey: From Santiago de Compostela to Cape Finisterre

By | July 31st, 2018|Categories: Spain|Tags: , |

Our walk across the Spanish countryside has long come and gone but as you many of you know, Mom and I walked the Camino Finisterre this year taking in around 89km overland. The Camino Finisterre [...]

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