Top Things to Do in Donegal Town, Ireland

Not only is Donegal Town an excellent base, it’s a charming city to explore. The early morning sunlight ignited the trees across the river. The leaves flickered like golden embers, radiating across the horizon. A mirrored reflection magnified this brilliance in the shallow waters beneath the shore. Donegal Town was silent, except for the occasional caw of a circling seabird. … Read More

Vegan Berlin Guide – Places to Eat Vegan in Berlin

It’s easy to be vegan in Berlin! An essential vegan Berlin travel guide. Did you know that Berlin is considered to be the vegan capital of the world? That’s right, veganism is taking over the German capital city. When Justin and I traveled to Berlin, we could easily see why that was the case. Whether we were walking around the … Read More

Reasons to Visit Malin Head, Ireland’s Northernmost Point

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It’s Ireland’s most northerly point and it’s spectacular. You might not have heard of Malin Head. When you think about beautiful coastal areas in Ireland, I’m sure that a few spots come to mind: the Cliffs of Moher, Giant’s Causeway, the Ring of Kerry, and the Dingle Peninsula. However, on the Wild Atlantic Way in County Donegal, you’ll discover the … Read More

Things to Do in Northern Ireland – 3 Day Itinerary

There are so many things to do in Northern Ireland. Here are my highlights from 3 days in the country. You shouldn’t travel to the island of Ireland without driving the Causeway Coastal Route of Northern Ireland. It’s one of the greatest road trips you’ll ever take, and it’s easy to explore it on your own. There are so many … Read More

Restaurants in Derry – Vegan and Vegetarian Guide

Check out these places to eat in Derry that serve vegan and vegetarian meals! Have you been to Derry yet? It’s an intriguing city with a deep history. First, it’s the only remaining walled city in Ireland that’s completely intact. Derry has meaningful murals in the Bogside neighbourhood that explore their political, social, and economic struggles, and demonstrate how the … Read More

Dingle Accommodation: My Stay at Milltown House

A charming waterfront Dingle accommodation. Have you heard of Dingle, Ireland? Perched on the Dingle Peninsula, it’s the only actual town on this stretch of land, and it has a population of nearly 2,000. While not many people live on the Dingle Peninsula, tourists flock to the region for its history and natural beauty. Before reaching our Dingle accommodation, Milltown … Read More

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