posted by Guest blogger - Paige Conner Totaro | 0 Comments
Family vacations can be a great time for building memories, bonding with your kids and showing them the world, or they can be remembered for torturous days of such bickering and whining that work starts to sound more relaxing than vacation. To try to avoid the latter, I’ve compiled a few tips that have helped us on our year-long journey. And yes, most of them we learned the hard way.Read full entry »
posted by Guest expert – James Kay of Lonely Planet | 0 Comments
Perhaps no other country offers travellers such opportunity to experience extremes as India; from the spiritual to the squalid, the meditative to the maddening. Unless you have years to spare, choosing what to do with your limited time is the first challenge in a country full of them. India has as many guises as Shiva: crumbling imperial citadels, mountains of lunar starkness, beaches worthy of a magazine cover...and on and onRead full entry »
posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments
Meet Ronan Garvey, owner of Sleepzone Hostels – one of the most popular group of hostels in the west of Ireland with hostels in Galway City, the Burren and Connemara. I caught up with Ronan to find out what’s his favourite restaurant in Galway, what he thinks makes a good hostel and how one guest was convinced she had a chip in her head that was put there by a US politician…Read full entry »
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