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Hill of Tara

We've discovered that the crop circles that appeared in England at 1991 were actually created by artists, not aliens, unlike what Mel Gibson's movie Signs (2002) suggests. But unlike these...

Road Trip: On a Budget

Vacation season is just around the corner and you might be planning your summer and fall vacations. But does this year got your down because you might not have enough money? If you are tight on...

The Blue Lagoon Spa

If you’re looking for a traditional geothermal seawater spa experience, then look no further than The Blue Lagoon, at Grindavik in Iceland. Set in an area of natural beauty, the Blue Lagoon is one...

Trinity College in Dublin

The Trinity College (formally known as the University of Dublin) is located in the bustling city of Dublin in the country of Ireland. The university in question had been chartered by the then...

A Bit of Ireland- The Aran Islands

Off the western coast of Ireland, the Aran islands lie approximately five miles to the south of Galway. Comprised of three tiny limestone islands, the Aran Islands have rough terrain. The islands...

Eco-Tourism: Adventure Travel Caribbean

Eco-tourism adventure travel in the Caribbean is an experience that will either open your eyes up to the world, or remind you how good it feels to be alive! It is one thing to see things on...

Modes of transportation around Ireland

If you have a car, it is easy to travel and move around Ireland. But for an adventurous and audacious tourist, are there other alternatives aside from visiting Ireland by car? Of course yes. There...

Safety Tips for Your Home While on Vacation

If you are going away on vacation for a while, it's important to arrange to safeguard your home in your absence. This is important for several reasons including protecting the most expensive thing...

The Giant's Causeway

In County Antrim, Northern Ireland, a bridge disappears into the sea only a short distance from the shore. Thousands of tourists flock to the area to walk across the remains. A bridge that serves...

The Rugged Beauty of Armenia

The Near Eastern country of Armenia is historic in the ancient sense of the word—life there stretches back to the Stone Age. A presence along the Silk Road, this area set betwixt the Caucasus...

Highlights of Belgium

A relatively small, densely populated country of modern cities, historic towns, bustling ports, seaside resorts and varied countryside, Belgium is bordered by the larger Western European countries of...

What to Do on your Trip to Turkey

Turkey has much to offer its visitors in terms of activities, history and beach life. Whichever resort you choose to stay at, you will be sure of a vacation full of experiences you'll never forget -...

What's in store for me in County Donegal?

This county belongs to the northern most portion of Ireland. This phrase comes from the Irish words 'Dun na nGall' which when literally translated means the fort of the foreigner. It is where the...

The Beautiful Wicklow Mountains National Park

This National Park is located on the east coast portion of Ireland in the County of Wicklow. This park is a part of the mountain range framing the County of Wicklow with fascinating heathlands and...

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