The gaelic word’s literal translation is “safe home” and is used to bid goodbye to someone traveling home. Throughout my time in Ireland and with my theme of #FailteFridays, I have been able to learn about the historical side of various locations that pertain to the Irish people. It’s one […]
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#FailteFridays at Guinness Storehouse!
Welcome back to #FailteFridays! While this is sadly my last blog to help guide you in Dublin, I saved the best for last. One of the most welcoming and incredible places in all of Ireland is the Guinness Storehouse. Imagine Disneyland but for adults, with beer!! This is easily my […]
#WhatstheCraic: Adventures in Blarney
Dia duit! Or as we say in English, Hello! Congratulations, you’ve been randomly selected to join me in my magical adventure to Blarney. You’re probably wondering where exactly Blarney is. Blarney is a town located outside the city of Cork, which is on the southwestern side of Ireland. This town […]
Everything about Kinsale: People and Places in Co. Cork
This weekend, we ended up in Southern Ireland in a town called Kinsale. It is a gorgeous area on the water that boasts a lot of Irish history down in County Cork. One of the first things we did was take a long walk with stunning views of sailboats and […]
Our First Post in Temple Bar on this #BrewsdayTuesday!
Hello and welcome to another edition of #BrewsdayTuesday! This is a special posting because this highlights a trip to Dublin’s famous Temple Bar District. Before I talk more about that, it is with great honor and privilege for me to introduce a very good friend of mine, Ian Carroll C’19! […]