Exploring Cordoba

Leaving behind Portugal, I made my way west, to Cordoba in the south of Spain. Time to break out the Spanish! Despite the cold weather and the on-off rain, I headed right out to explore this Andulcian city. Cordoba has been ruled by the Romans and Visigoths, Muslims and Christians, before becoming part of the…

Clifden

A couple of bus rides, and I was in Clifden. The bus dropped me off on the main street, which also happened to be the convenient location of my hostel. I dropped off my bag and wandered around the town for a bit, looking into shops, and grabbing groceries. I love that hostels have kitchens…

Bonjour Paris!

Not having had a lot of sleep the night before, I took it easy in the morning and took advantage of the noon checkout time. The train station was only 10 minutes away, and my Eurostar didn’t leave until 2 pm for Paris. I hung out for a bit at the train station, then headed…

A Night in London

Alas, it was time to leave. I woke up early (although not early enough) – I had slept through my alarm, thanks to the night before. Note to self – never try to keep up with the Irish! Thankfully, I am always packed and ready to go; I jumped out of bed, grabbed a really…

A Sunny Day in Dublin

One of my favourite things to do in Dublin is actually take the DART out of Dublin. I got up early, headed to Tara Station, grabbed a day pass and headed south on the train. The weather was beautiful, I was heading to the water, and after sitting on a bus and train the day…

Relaxing in Dingle, Ireland

After recharging the camera battery, I grabbed breakfast (where, in true travelling randomness, I met up with the other guy I had met on the Cliffs of Moher), and decided to once again go visit the dolphins. Not a lot of chance to see them at home, and I wanted a quieter day today. One…