woman and dog gleefully rolling in the grass at Drombeg Stone Circle

People can turn a travel nightmare into a hilarious adventure, and a quiet cup of tea into a golden memory you cherish for the rest of your days.

Travel: the Best Thing is also the Worst Thing

In Ireland, when locals speak of travelling to the continent, it's often referred to as "going to Europe." Cork has an international airport, but flight frequency and routing vary greatly depending upon season and world

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cormorant drying its wings on one of the secret water posts

Despite flowing through the heart of Ireland’s second biggest city, the River Lee is full of wildlife – even whales!

The River Wild-lee (the River Lee!)

It's hard to pick out just one thing about Cork that makes this little Irish city so wonderful.  There is music, art, wonderful food, history, and plenty of friendly people.  Removing any of those elements

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Beach Flashbacks

Today's post is written by Dario!  He's been promising me a guest post for some time, so when Silvia from Trippando told me about a contest she and Travel – Moments in Time were having

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A visit to the holy of holies, the Cork Butter Museum. A tongue twister, too!

The Cork Butter Museum (yes, seriously)

Cork, Ireland Look, I know you're jealous.  It's ok, you can admit it.  I won't hold it against you.  I mean, I know you've been dying to go there, and really, who wouldn't?  Other than

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Cork: South Parish

Cork, Ireland Tourist information offices are easy to dismiss as being designed for, well, tourists.  They are also, however, a great source of information for locals who would like to learn about upcoming events as

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