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Short Trip to Paris: How to Make Your First Visit to the City of Love Stress-Free

Paris will always be a good idea. For that reason, in spite of the fact that February is still part of the Winter Season, we decided to book our tickets and spend Valentine’s Day in the City of Lights and Romance. In my opinion, being in a place you’ve never been before will always have […]

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Crazy, Fascinating, Fun: Facts about the Eiffel Tower of Paris, France

Seeing the Eiffel Tower in person is almost everyone’s travel goals. I am grateful to my Maker because last February, I together with my housemates-turned friends Princess (of Travel with Chamz) and Mikhaela, were able to explore Paris on our five-day holiday trip. Of course, we wouldn’t miss the Eiffel Tower! Standing proud at 320 […]

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How to Explore Brussels, Belgium in Less than 24 Hours the Easiest Way

Historic yet hip, I’d say Brussels is one of Europe’s underrated city. While some travelers consider it ordinary, for me, there is always something exciting to every place I visit. It is just a matter of perspective. As an introvert living abroad, Belgium’s capital taught me a lesson. That is, to appreciate differences as Brussels […]

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Visiting the Dutch Capital in Autumn: Top 4 Things to do in Amsterdam

November, 2018.Popularly known as the sin city of Europe, there is more to Amsterdam’s legalization of marijuana consumption, strip clubs, and sex shows! It is one of the top destinations for tourists for its historic homes, beautiful canals, windmills, wooden clogs, tulips in Spring and the art. I’ve mentioned before in my previous post about […]

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Top 5 Reasons Why Roaming Around Fitzgerald Park Makes Your Cork City Vacation Stress Free

Around 20-minute walk in the heart of the Cork City Centre, a quiet haven, Fitzgerald Park, is situated. This park was named after Edward Fitzgerald, the Lord Mayor of the city in the year 1901. During our two-day adventure, my 7C Dabarkads (my former colleagues in MMC) decided to go on a DIY exploration. Allow […]

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How to Spend and Enjoy Your Quick Road Trip in Galway City, Ireland

From the east coast, we left the busy streets of Dublin to explore the harbor city of Ireland’s west shore-Galway City. If you are a big fan of Ed Sheeran, you must have heard Galway in one of his popular songs-Galway Girl. Well, apart from the pretty ladies of this city, Galway is also known […]

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4 Tips to Enjoy Your Bunratty Castle and Folk Park Tour

Known as the most fully furnished and authentic castle in the Emerald Isle, Bunratty Castle is another medieval fortress to include in your Ireland itinerary. As part of What’s the Craic bus tour, we were able to have a glimpse of this historic landmark. If you are planning to visit Bunratty Castle, stated below are […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Miss to Include Dunguaire Castle in Your Ireland’s Must Visit List

As part of our What’s the Craic Guided Bus tour, we were able to experience this medieval castle in Dungory East, Kinvarra, County Galway-Emerald Isle’s most photographed Dunguaire Castle. Although we were only given an hour to take pictures and explore the castle, I was fascinated with how this small fortress can make you feel […]

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Beast from the East: An Unforgettable Encounter that Ruined our Holiday Plan

As early as 0300 a.m, the Crescent Girls were already wide awake, preparing for our most awaited Germany trip, oblivious of the Beast from the East that has been ravaging the Emerald Isle. Our hopes were high that the trip will not be canceled as no email was sent from our carrier the night before. […]

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One Icy-Cold Day: Seeing Snow for the First Time

Born and raised in a tropical country, seeing snow for the first time is a fairytale dream come true. Back home, we only get to see Mr. Sun and his scorching hot sunrays or Mrs. Cloud and her ever heavy raindrops. For this reason, you cannot blame us when we stayed until 1 a.m. just […]

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