We’re counting up all the expenses for our 2014 trip to Ireland. Parts I and II covered transportation and accommodations. This time we are talking about one of my favorite subjects, food! Not just any food though, so-delicious-I-can-still-taste-it-someone-please-bring-me-some-now food. Food in Ireland The Irish have an incredibly strong connection to the land and sea. Restaurants and pubs […]
Welcome to Part 2 of our ‘How Much Does It Cost’ series (Part 1 on transportation). This time we’re reviewing all our Accommodations in Ireland—how much they cost and our experiences with each place. Joe and I stayed in 7 different locations for 14 nights in June, 2014, opting to stay in most places for multiple nights. We […]
This blogging thing I get to do is pretty awesome. Because now and then I get to make new friends. :-) Here’s how it happens. It usually starts off with an email and quick question about an upcoming trip to Ireland, which leads to another email and then another. Sometimes, we steer off the Ireland planning path and […]
A few weeks ago, I spent the afternoon reminiscing about our past trips to Ireland. Mint.com sent me a bunch of questions that had me thinking about the way we budget our money. For us, I suppose it’s all about balance. We are willing to spend money on an automatic rental car, which helps us […]
Every few months or so Joe and I do a thorough budget check to make sure we are on track to get ourselves back to Ireland soon. Luckily, I have kept tabs on how much it costs to travel Ireland, so I know we need a pretty good chunk of change to travel how we want.
“Ready for a wet landing?” “What’s a wet landing?” I found myself asking, even though I was pretty sure I already knew the answer. Besides Steph and I, there were four others waiting at the pier. These four, a group of jovial middle-aged men, had been trading jokes with each other since we had joined […]
A few weeks ago I was asked by HotelsCheap.org to answer a few questions about our travels in Ireland. As I perused the site, I got hooked on their travel blogger interview section.
Last December we began planning our 2014 trip to Ireland. We intended to plan and reserve everything well in advance like we usually do
I’m back! Have you missed me?
A few weeks ago I was invited to sit down with Eoin from Bitesize Irish Gaelic to talk about our Ireland travel stories.