Hello fellow travellers!
With the summer almost over and our heads spinning from the stress of the rainy autumn slowly approaching (and in my case, going back to school for my last year of university), it’s time to plan the ultimate winter break! I recently got back from my not-long-enough trip to Thailand and I have some tips to share with you.
Hello from New York!
Since I’m currently living in the Big Apple and I’m a huge Gossip Girl fan (watched it like a million times) I wanted to make a little guide for all of you who would like to follow the steps of the NY elite. (I haven’t checked out all the places yet but I will sure try to add more in the following posts.)
Haileo, it’s our last day in Dublin already!
After three days of getting soaked and walking around the city all days I agree I was kind of happy to go back to Aberdeen (who would say one can miss the Scottish weather). Our flight was in the evening so we had some time for the remaining attractions and shopping (my favourite part).
Haileo, it’s Day 3 already !
Day 3 was Sunday, so we wanted to chill a bit and do those “family Sunday things” and therefore we decided to take the tour bus and make our way to their lovely Zoo (which was the 23rd stop). It was really nice to see every single tourist attraction accompanied with comments from our funny bus driver (however we were totally frozen by the time we got to the Zoo).
Day 2 started with a chance of sunshine, however haven’t stayed like that for long. We decided to have a little walk around the city and ended up by the the Jeanie Johnston Tallship which is a life-size replica that takes you back in time and showing how catastrophic famine was in Ireland in the mid-1800s. I’m not much of a history person, however it was one of the most interesting things I’ve seen in Dublin. Being below the deck and seeing the conditions people had to live in during their month-long journey to America and listening to their stories was quite touching.
The Jeanie Johnston Tallship
No, I’m not gonna write my whole post in Irish, I’ve struggled enough during my stay in Dublin. So, welcome again, I’d love to give you a few tips where to go, what to do and how to do it best in Dublin.