I live in Dublin and like to travel
Dublin to Donegal: what are the roads and traffic like from Dublin to Donegal?
Hi Patricia, Pretty good, until you get to Donegal. There are motorways most of the way, depending on the route you take, and most small towns are bypassed, but there are some small, winding roads within Donegal that might be a little challenging but, keep your speed down... See More
Spain: Itinerary for 11 day Spain tour
Hi Bajwa, April is a great time to visit Spain. Personally I would not add Mallorca, you'll need at least 7 days to really checkout Andalusia. To save time I suggest you take a flight from Barcelona to Seville or Malaga... See More
Jordan: What are the must-sees in Jordan and good places to stay
Planning a trip to Jordan for about one week. I want to see Petra but what else should I not miss? Where would you recommend to stay? Thanks See More
Ireland: I am interested in a tour of Ireland, looking for good local tour operator?
Hi Bob, There's a tour operator called www.special-ireland.com which offers a private tour staying in some pretty special Irish Castles. I haven't used this operator myself so cannot vouch - but the 8 day tour looks decent, if expensive. If you want to blow... See More
Plenty! Buy a sim card in the country you're travelling to (at the moment the network *Three* in Ireland is selling a pack of 3 sim cards for €20 which includes €20 call credit) or use an app like WhatsAPP to make calls or texts using wifi. The other... See More
Hi again Kelly, Well the dollar is strong at the moment so maybe get some cash for the first day or two. There are ATMs almost on every street in Dublin and also at the airport so you will have no problem getting cash. Most small towns have banks with ATMs so, even if you... See More
Dublin: Good eats near Grafton St.?
Hi Kelly, In Ireland most restaurants offer ealy-bird specials - a full menu early in the evening (usually 5pm - 7pm) which is great value. There are lots of decent restaurants a short walk from Grafton St, many will have a vegetarian and even vegan option. Coppinger... See More
Lots of answers on the "doors" so I won't go there. Other sites worth photographing are Famine Memorial (I always find it very moving) it's about a 20 minute walk. Trinity College is also worth a look and... See More
Hi Kelly, Your best option would probably be the Luas tram. The Luas operates as follows: Monday to Friday 05:30 to 00:30. Saturdays 06:30 to 00:30. Sundays and Public Holidays 07:00 to 23:00. See More
Europe: 2 Week European Vacation
June is a great time to visit Scandinavia, with long days stretching past midnight in some parts. It's easy to get around by train or low-cost flights. I love Gothenburg - visit the archipelgo islands for solitude and swimming and eat some of... See More