Tag Archives: Dublin

Where to stay in Dublin: Generator Hostel Dublin

Posted on 06. Jul, 2012 by .


A hostel? Really? Trust me, I was surprised too. I’m not the biggest fans of hostels, and 20 bed dorms and flips flips in the shower, but I am definitely a fan of the Generator Hostel Dublin. But when Hostelworld offered to sponsor the first night of my trip in Ireland, I gave it a second [...]

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Why You Should Visit the Guinness Storehouse Even If You Hate Guinness

Posted on 06. Jan, 2012 by .


When I planned my trip to Dublin, I had a few things in mind that I wanted to explore. The colorful doors of Merrion Square. The Ha’Penny Bridge. St.Stephen’s Green. All that drill. Visiting the Guinness Storehouse, however, was way down on my list of priorities. You see, I am not a big fan of beer [...]

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My Favourite Travel Photos

Posted on 02. Feb, 2011 by .


I’ve been going through my travel photos pretty often lately. Winter blues? Wanderlust? Nostalgia? All of the above are accurate. Instead of writing another long post on why I hate travel bloggers, I decided to share my favourite photos from my own collection and spread the love. While most of these pictures aren’t perfect on [...]

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Top 10 Overrated Attractions in Europe

Posted on 20. Feb, 2010 by .


As much as Europe is filled with interesting and popular attractions, sometimes the entry fee or the detour just isn’t worth it. I have been lucky enough to visit many European cities, and here’s what I thought were the least interesting ones. 1. Manneken Pis, Brussels It’s a tiny little men peeing in a fountain, [...]

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Almost St-Patrick’s Day in Dublin

Posted on 04. Feb, 2010 by .


I desperately wanted to be in Dublin for St. Patrick’s Day. There is no greater celebration than a country’s national holiday, and the Irish certainly know how to get the party started. I had almost bought my green wig and I was already excited about the green beer. But things didn’t exactly go as planned. [...]

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