Dublin, a famous international city that feels as comfortable and familiar as your own home town. Whether it’s the welcoming spirit of the native Irish or the welcoming spirits found in pubs, you’ll feel embraced and entranced by Dublin.
A Guinness a day keeps the doctor away!
Perhaps Ireland’s most famous export, Guinness has become one of the most popular beer brands across the world. As such, the Guinness Factory, where it all started, has become one of Ireland’s top attractions.
Internships. Something that goes hand in hand with becoming an adult and entering the “business world”.
By the time I was ready for an internship, I had already fallen in love with traveling. And since summer was the only time I had to complete an internship, I decided to intern abroad!
From swearing at hurling games to getting hopelessly lost in Dublin, here are my first impressions of Ireland.
“A cold wind was blowing from the north, and it made the trees rustle like living things”
One often hopes as a child that someday, they’ll find a place that looks like a their favorite storybook come alive – somewhere they can easily imagine sword fights and magic and otherworldly creatures roaming about. I’m one of the lucky few who can actually say that they’ve visited such a place.
Nicknamed as “The Garden of Ireland,” Wicklow is any nature lover’s dream. Having some of the highest peaks in Ireland and an abundance of lakes, Wicklow seems like something taken out of an Irish fairy tale book.
Sports are a huge part of Irish culture. The Irish love strength, passion, speed, and tradition, especially with a beer in hand.
Whereas you can find non-Irish sports such as basketball, soccer, etc in the country, there are three traditional sports that reign supreme, drawing crowds by the millions. Here is a quick breakdown of their three most popular sports.