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“King's Island” 🏰double tap if you love visiting Castles as much as we do ❤️How beautiful is this view from King John's Castle, in Limerick King's Island?! We're loving it!! Check the link in our bio 👉book your trip to #Limerick with us 🚍😉 📍King John's Castle, Limerick
Snowy branches. Ive really been enjoying shooting winter shots! Am kind of sad that its almost over but at the same time am looking forward to what Spring has got in store for us this year. Anyone else got that double feeling? 😊
I fell in love at Coke Lane Pizza. With a dog named Prince. He plays hard to get. I like that. This was my second trip to @cokelanepizza in the last few weeks, and their pizzas continue to impress me. This time, I tried three- their Superquinn sausage weekly special, the Mia Wallace (pictured-a Ceasar salad pizza 🍕) and my favourite: the Scarface- salami, chillies, chilli-infused Irish honey and I added some extra goats cheese. The pizzas are delicious, and the epitome of casual dining when consumed at the bar, slurping hot whiskies and ginger beer. Great crust, great topping combinations and I'm a fan of the pizza names. Love this place. And Prince ❤️ #CokeLanePizza#Pizza#DublinDining #🍕
I am in love with the road.
No matter its link to how I make money.
Before I could physically travel, I travelled through books of adventure, of different cultures, experiences and landscapes to mine.
I learnt to be curious + compassionate through reading what Anne Frank, Zlata Filipovic and Sadako (though fictional) went through, worlds away, years ago.
In high school, I already planned to live overseas.
I chose a degree that facilitated this & whilst studying full-time, worked 25+ hours/week to save.
Over the years, I’ve taken + printed thousands of photos and wrote hundreds of journal entries.
And over the years, people have said, “so have you done enough?”, “when are you going to settle?”, “maybe you just need to go for 6 months and get it out of your system”.
Without realising it’s not just a Gap Year-like preoccupation for me.
It is my ‘why’, what I am driven by.
It has taught me to be a better person, to respect others and to take care of the environment.
It is most important to me.
Take away Instagram, take away the videos and photos, take away the partnerships.
I would still do it all to get to as many places + hear as many stories as possible.
It has to come from here.
There's nothing else that could power me through all the no’s and insecurities, and that could sustain the straight up tenacity and intrinsic drive needed to even go one inch further along the road.
And then, right here and now has to be enough. Nothing is guaranteed.
Yes, I would love to develop a handful of close relationships with brands who stand for connection and a global community, who empower people to live their best lives, who care about the earth.
Brands I can add value to with beautiful imagery and words, inspired by the outdoors.
And bonus - brands who have projects that allow me to periodically travel.
But if everything just stays how it is now, well, that is damn incredible to me. To even earn some of my living doing what I love above all else is incredible. 2 years ago, I couldn’t have even dreamt of this.
So wherever my road is heading, I know that I can’t go wrong by staying true, through and through, to my ‘why’.
5 904 hours ago
Travel around the globe .
But first see Ireland ☘
Fancy standing at the very edge of the world? At the Slieve League Cliffs in County Donegal, you'll be almost 2,000 feet above the swirling Atlantic Ocean. At almost three times higher than Ireland's famous Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, they're a sight to savour! On the way to the viewing gallery, watch out for stones marking out the word 'Éire' - they were used as a navigation aid for aircraft during WWII. And as you reach the gallery, words will probably fail to capture the majesty and sheer height of the cliffs. With twirling seabirds flying overhead and nothing but crisp blue ocean before you, it really does feel like you're at the very edge of the world. It's a feeling you'll get at plenty of other spots along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. Enjoy! 📸(@declan.purcell) #loveireland#ireland#irland#irlande#irlanda#discoverireland#visitireland#slieveleagues#cliffs#donegal#wildatlanticway#instaireland