3 Day Dublin Itinerary

Dublin is a great city with loads to do and see. Whether you like history and sightseeing or getting boozy and cozying up in a local pub, I have some ideas for you. The days below are pretty packed so if you have an extra day you can do less each day and save your…

Journey to Cork

We often set off on a weekend away from Dublin thinking a 3 hour drive will actually take 3 hours. We now know that every road trip takes longer than expected in Ireland for some reason or another. We’re generally to blame for the longer trips because we find exciting new places to stop along…

A List of things we Learned when we Moved to Dublin

Now that we’ve lived in Ireland for about 7 months I feel like I finally have the time to sit back and reflect a bit on our experience living here. I’ll just dive right in to a list of things we’ve learned. The pace of life is much, much slower than the pace of most…

Glendalough and Kilkenny Day Trip from Dublin

One of our first day trips outside of Dublin was a Paddywagon tour that included stops to Glendalough and Kilkenny. We weren’t quite ready to rent a car yet and it sounded nice to just ride and enjoy the scenery from the warmth of a bus. The drive down South to Glendalough was about an…

A Weekend in London

Our favorite spot in London? Easy to answer, Borough Market. Our least favorite thing we did? Easy again, Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. We only had a short 48 hours so we made the most of it and saw as much as we could. I’ll start with our favorite experience, Borough Market. Borough…

Italy During Christmas and New Years

Italy. I mean, wow. It’s a challenge summing up two weeks in this incredible country without rambling on and on. The cities, the countryside, the people, obviously the food and wine, all warrant their own posts. However, I’ll try to highlight the most memorable aspects of our trip and encourage those who haven’t experienced this…

Welcome to Operation Relocation

Thanks for checking out our blog! We moved to Dublin in November of 2018 and are forever working on “settling in”. It’s a running joke we have because we never feel settled and we’re beginning to be okay with it. Our traveling experiences documented in this blog all start from Dublin and range in length…