25 reasons I’m in love with Galway

Shortly after I moved home to Ireland in December 2015, I dashed off this post about things I love about Galway. I just rediscovered a more in-depth post I wrote on my old blog on the same topic, so I thought I would share it. Don't forget to leave a comment with your favourite things about [...]

48 hours in Bristol, England

I’m a huge advocate of trying out new places as often as possible, but there’s also something very comforting about returning to a city you know and love. I lived in Bristol for around ten months in 2011, and some of my closest friends still live there, so I try and make it back there [...]

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48 hours in… Berlin

A fairytale wedding, magical Christmas Markets and moments of history captured made up my last-minute trip to Berlin last week. Friends of mine were married at Schloss Kartzow, an old German castle that served as a getaway for the country's aristocracy in times gone by. Located just outside Berlin in the pretty little town of [...]

18 things I love about Galway

Three weeks in, I'm loving being at home in Galway. Here are some of my favourite things and happiest memories of the town of the Tribes. If you're Galwegian, add to the list. If you're not, here are some of the reasons you need to put Galway on your bucket list. 18 things I love [...]

A flying visit to Frankfurt

Now that I'm living back in Ireland, one of the things I'm really excited about is getting to travel more in Europe. I'll admit that Frankfurt is not the first destination to spring to mind when I think "European getaway", but a friend was there on business and that was a good enough excuse for [...]

Adventuring at Bristol Zoo

Today was such a great day. Housemates and I have decided that we should probably do slightly more productive things with our weekends than consume massive quantities of alcohol and then recovering  from doing so. So, this weekend we went to the zoo. It was loads of fun; we walked for hours, cooed at the [...]

Occupy Bristol quotes

Yesterday I visited the Occupy Bristol campsite to interview some protesters for work. Some of them had insightful, interesting things to say about the movement which will duly be recorded in tomorrow's article for The Fresh Outlook. These are some of the other things that were said. Asked if the Occupy movement has an educational [...]