Christ Church, Dublin.

Just a short walk off this Irish highstreet and you’ll find this cathedral on the corner. Not inconspicuous in the slightest as the steeples can be seen from far. Somewhat grey and gloomy on the outside but the inside is far from it. With a beautiful pathway down the centre, be sure to take a…

European Food Picks

1. When in Rome, eat at Etabli.  Found inside a 15th century building, this antique looking place seats more than you envision.  A few steps from Piazza Navona, you have the choice of hot beverages, food, wine or even cocktails; just depending on what time you’re there.  The bar lounge is open from 6pm-2am but the…

Doors of Dublin

Now a well established visual attraction that draws tourists to the Merrion Square area of Dublin to see the vibrant doors that are portals to the old Georgian buildings.  They create a sense of curiosity to find more of them throughout this colourful city.  Although this collection of photographs that I took are just a…

Temple Bar

Arriving late into Dublin, despite it raining, Jason and I decided to talk a walk into the city.  Our hotel was only 5 minutes walk over the Ha Penny Bridge and with it being a Friday night, why not delve into the bar life to see what Dublin is all about.  Our first point of…