Cliffs of...Mud.

Monday, November 30, 2015

I only had a quick three days in Ireland but time was not going to get in the way of one of my major bucket list items. With my base in Dublin I could get to just about anywhere in the country and juggled the idea of visiting Cork, kissing the Blarney Stone, and exploring the picturesque Kerry County – but only having enough time for one day trip I knew there was a bucket-list item I just had to tick...

Dublin the Whirlwind.

Friday, November 27, 2015

Early November I spotted a sale on good 'ol Ryanair, the airline that everyone loves to hate and vice versa. Considering I had studied abroad a few years ago, traveled Europe a couple of times, and have lived in England for over a year now, I had actually never flown with Ryanair. *Pause for dramatic effect* I know, I know. But the £10/15 one-way flights were too good to pass up and I decided to go for it for a short weekend getaway.

Castle in the Sea.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

St. Michael's Mount off the south coast of Marazion near Penzance is one of those dreamy bucket list destinations. If you type Cornwall in to just about any search engine or Pinterest, you'll find countless images of this mysterious and magic-like castle looming from the sea. 

Snapshots // St. Ives.

Monday, November 9, 2015

Being by the sea gives me a little pep in my step. The air is crisper, the food is fresher, and there's just something really soothing about hearing the constant crashing of waves. With the UK's gloom and grey stigma, beaches aren't exactly the first thing people think of - but if my trip to Brighton in January taught me anything it's that English seaside towns in their dormant state might just be my favourite. Without further ado, here's my St. Ives story time + photo dump...

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