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One man Vs. The World

One man Vs. The World

      One man Vs. The World – Part 1 – Getting to Marrakech So, I’m back. It’s been quite a while so I apologise if my writing style is a bit crude. Actually, I don’t. I’ve read travel blogs, I’ve looked at travel websites, read discussions and books about places. I’ve even watched

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Sarah Sullivan: World Traveller

by Darragh Mullooly  “Happiness is the consequence of personal effort. You fight for it, strive for it, insist upon it, and sometimes even travel around the world looking for it.” – Elizabeth Gilbert A loving family, an amazing group of supportive friends and a prolific career, Sarah Sullivan had it all. Although she had worked

View From Kovalam Lighthouse

Travel Review: Thiruvananthapuram City

by Darragh Mullooly In the lush, tropical state of Kerala, just a stone’s throw from India’s Southern Coast lies the bustling City of Thiruvananthapuram. Famous for many of its features, this developing metropolis is the I.T and educational hub of Kerala, housing a plethora of institutions such as: The Government Ayurveda College, College of Engineering

Palolem Beach, Goa

Transmissions From India | Part one: Preparation

All images: Darragh Mullooly by Darragh Mullooly It has been known as the land of contradictions. A sub-continent full of colour, complexity, spirituality and beauty, starkly contrasted with the devastating poverty, political upheaval and streets bombarded with 1/6 of the planet’s population; a travel challenge for both neophyte and pro-traveller, where limits are tested, haggling skills

Gap Year 365, Bursting with Opportunities

by Michelle Shannon Gap Year 365 is a global directory of valuable travel opportunities, including volunteer projects, gap year work, career break ideas, seasonal jobs, teaching projects, working holidays, expeditions, adventure breaks, tours and much more. Essentially, it’s a travel guide with links to various organisations all around the world from well-known travel companies to

The entrance of Hell

Travelling around Europe: Lisbon

By Marie Lecoq Lisbon is the capital of Portugal. It was built on 7 hills, each one being a distinctive quarter. The city has rich architecture influenced by cultures from every corner of the world, an amazing night life, delicious food and pastries, and a museum of wide interest. Baixa/Chiado – Shops and Restaurants This

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Rising petrol prices send Irish blood pressure through the roof

James Davin Due to petrol prices now hitting a two-and-a-half year high of €1.50 per litre at the pump, Irish families are now spending above their means to keep their cars running. According to the Irish Independent, families are spending up to €1,000 a year extra on petrol. Based on statistics from the Automobile Association on