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Brussels: My favourite city in Europe

Brussels the capital of Belgium and Europe is one of the best European cities that I love visiting. It is so full of character and culture. it has a lot of beautiful restaurant and café culture. Th...

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Its Friday finally can’t believe this day has finally come. Excited…after months and months of pr...

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Brussels: My favourite city in Europe

Brussels the capital of Belgium and Europe is one of the best European cities that I love visiting. It is so full of character and culture. it has a lot of beautiful restaurant and café culture. There are lots of things to do in this beautiful city, with a clutch of world-class museums and art galleries, as well as quirkier sights, such as the Atomium, and some wonderful remnants of old architecture in the old town quarter. Once you've craned your neck at Gothic and Baroque splendor and don't

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Boston: The Spirit of America

Boston Massachusetts is one of those places in the States I have been reluctant to go to. Not sure why, but I am more than glad that I did because it is one of my favourite cities in America. I was amazed by the number of universities and colleges in the city. I believe it must be one of the most educated cities in America. home to many prestigious universities and technical colleges such as Harvard Medical and Business Schools, MIT, Boston University, Berklee College of Music, Tuffs Universi

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New York…New York…A personal guide to the city that never sleeps

Musicians from different generations have written songs and sang about New York, from Frank Sinatra to Liza Minnelli to the King Jay Z. Like the lyrics to Jay Z’s song goes;

“in New York, Concrete jungle where dreams are made of There's nothin' you can't do Now you're in New York These streets will make you feel brand new Big lights will inspire you…”

This was my first impression of this city. I remember getting off the plane from Dublin in Newark Airport, my first time in

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Solar Powered Beauty in Ireland

Dublin- Summer of 2018

If you have lived In Ireland long enough, you would know not to expect a lot in the ‘summer months’. The typical picture: several layered clothes, jacket and ‘hoodies’ and of course the essential umbrella or windbreaker. 

Two to three days of sunlight without enough intensity for a sun tan would be an added bonus. Of course we all love the sun, maybe it is due to the lack of it all year round or the sheer therapeutic effects it has. Hen

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New York…New York…A personal guide to the city that never sleeps

Musicians from different generations have written songs and sang about New York, from Frank Sinatra to Liza Minnelli to the King Jay Z. Like the lyrics to Jay Z’s song goes;

“in New York, Concrete jungle where dreams are made of There's nothin' you can't do Now you're in New York These streets will make you feel brand new Big lights will inspire you…”

This was my first impression of this city. I remember getting off the plane from Dublin in Newark Airport, my first time in

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The awe-inspiring Neolithic Archaeological Landscape of Bru na Boinne

It was third time lucky for us finding this ancient masterpiece of architecture. The first time we got lost driving down the beautiful Irish countryside road and ended up in the Battle of the Boyne, which honestly wasn’t a bad thing as the tour and history if the fight for Ireland was not only fascinating but worth the time spent there. The second time we got lost in the narrow roads between Dundalk and Slane and by the time we got there the last tour bus have already departed from the visito

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St Patrick’s Day Extravaganza: Dublin Ireland

March 17th – The wintry showers and scattered snow flakes seemed to be heaven’s way of endorsing the events this year. Then again, if you have lived in Ireland long enough, you know not to pay so much heed to the weather. It’s St. Patrick’s Day (Lá Fhéile Pádraig as my Irish friends will say) or ‘Paddy’s day’ as we like to refer to this day in a more secular way. 

It is my first ever Paddy’s day parade and I planned on making it memorable. With this in mind, I went o

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Washington Getaway: 10 Must see amazing stuffs in the worlds famous country capital

The Washington metropolitan area popularly known as DMV is the metropolitan area that is centred in the Washington area. It covers Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia and most importantly is served by the Metro. This is my favourite tourist destination in United States of America mostly because of the abundant and free Smithsonian museums but also other national and international monuments and it is one of the easiest states in America to navigate and explore, it is easy to access the cities

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Breathtaking Architectural Relic in a Modern Age… Rock of Dunamase

The Rock of Dunamase is a popular historic attraction found overlooking the valley of the O’Moores, just outside Portlaoise, County Laoise on the M7 Dublin road to Portlaoise. This is one of the tourist places not frequently mentioned in the tourism industry in Ireland. 

Having procrastinated so much about visiting this great relic, partly because it is a bit difficult to access as there is no organised tour to the site and it is off a narrow coun

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Top 5 Must Visit Traditional Irish Pub in Dublin

Hug fáilte go Baile Átha Cliath!!!….Welcome to Dublin…the home of Guinness and the drinking capital of Europe with some amazing pubs and bars 

Irish pubs and drinking is steeped in culture and lore. From the time of the opening of the first office pub in Ireland in 1198 till date, Traditional Irish Pubs has been the centre of socialization, relaxation, storytelling, singing competition and most importantly rumours and gossip telling in the society. 

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