Madiha Beach

There’s no denying the beaches in Sri Lanka are amazing. From the popular surfer's beaches on the east coast around Arugam Bay to the busy white sands of Mirissa, there is no shortage of salty goodness to go around. If you’re looking for a beach without the hordes of tourists, with quiet bays that are … Continue reading Madiha Beach

Safari Time at Udawalawe National Park

One of the biggest drawcards to Sri Lanka is its wildlife. When the country's national animal is the elegant peacock, you can guarantee that there is plenty of wildlife to see. There are 26 national parks in Sri Lanka, which for a tiny country it impressive! The two most popular ones are Yala and Udawalawe in … Continue reading Safari Time at Udawalawe National Park

Sedlec Ossuary – The Bone Church

Outside of Prague in a small town called Kutná Hora, you'll find the Sedlec Ossuary, a creepy yet mesmerising church that is often overlooked by visitors. Whats so unusual about this church is that instead of the usual churchy interior, its' decorated with bones from over 40,000 people. Yes, you read that right - bones … Continue reading Sedlec Ossuary – The Bone Church

White Christmas in Prague

All I wanted for Christmas this year was snow but living on the Irish coast, meant that the salty air was going to squash any chance of that happening. Thankfully my friends and I had something that we prepared earlier – a holiday to Prague! Prague was notorious for its cold, snowy winters so I … Continue reading White Christmas in Prague

Searching for Cérny

Before jetting off to Prague I did my usual scroll through Pinterest and Instagram in search of something unique and funky to do there. I already had plans on stuffing my face at the Christmas market, losing my mind if it snowed and finally seeing the Dancing House in real life, but I wanted to do … Continue reading Searching for Cérny

Exploring Cultural Chiang Mai

Thailand is a country that needs no introduction. From its world-renowned beaches to its fresh and exotic cuisine, Thailand has plenty to offer. While most people stay in the south of the country, where sandy white beaches and cheap cocktails are the main attraction, the north of Thailand is the place to go for an … Continue reading Exploring Cultural Chiang Mai

River Cruising – The Millenial Edition

Mention the words 'river cruising' to anyone under the age of 35 and visions of grey-haired, bum-bag toting tourists spring to mind. River cruises have always been thrown into the 'old person' category of travelling and it didn't look like they would ever evade it. Until now... Uniworld, one of the leading river cruise company's … Continue reading River Cruising – The Millenial Edition